The species richness-productivity relationship varies among regions and productivity estimates, but not with spatial resolution

Aleš Lisner, Gianluigi Ottaviani, Jitka Klimešová, Ondřej Mudrák, Jana Martínková & Jan Lepš
The relationship between species richness and productivity (SRPR) has been a long-studied and hotly debated topic in ecology. Different studies have reported different results with variable shapes (i.e. unimodal, linear) and directions (i.e. positive, negative) of SRPRs depending on spatial grain (i.e. size of sampling unit for species richness), productivity estimates, and study extent. In this study, we quantified the effect of multiple estimates of productivity (aboveground, belowground and total biomass, and various measures of...
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