Environmental filters of freshwater fish community assembly along elevation and latitudinal gradients

Mark Kirk
Aim The aim was to identify drivers of historical freshwater fish community assembly by testing for interactions between functional traits and two climatic gradients, namely elevation and latitude. Many studies conclude that environmental filtering is the dominant process of community-wide trait convergence at high elevations and high latitudes, but a full understanding of which specific filters cause trait convergence is lacking. Location Great Plains–Rocky Mountains, USA. Time period 1960–2018. Major taxa studied Freshwater fish. Methods...
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