Asynchrony among species and functional groups and temporal stability under perturbations: Patterns and consequences

Shurong Zhou
1. A number of theoretical and empirical studies have demonstrated effects of perturbations on ecosystem stability. Compensatory dynamics among taxonomic units have been proposed as a major mechanism regulating the temporal stability of biomass production (hereafter “temporal stability”). However, most studies have focused on the effects of species asynchrony on temporal stability in response to perturbations, and few studies examined how compensatory changes among functional groups affected temporal stability. 2. Here, we conducted a 4-year...
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