Scale dependence of temporal biodiversity change in modern and fossil marine plankton

Aleksandra Lewandowska, Lukas Jonkers, Holger Auel, Jan Freund, Wilhelm Hagen, Michal Kucera & Helmut Hillebrand
Aim Biodiversity dynamics comprise evolutionary and ecological changes on multiple temporal scales from millions of years to decades, but they are often interpreted within a single time frame. Planktonic foraminifera communities offer a unique opportunity for analyzing the dynamics of marine biodiversity over different temporal scales. Our study aims to provide a baseline for assessments of biodiversity patterns over multiple time scales, which is urgently needed to interpret biodiversity responses to increasing anthropogenic pressure. Location...
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