Data from: Species asynchrony and response diversity determine multifunctional stability of natural grasslands

Takehiro Sasaki, Xiaoming Lu, Mitsuru Hirota & Yongfei Bai
1. A growing body of empirical evidence has suggested that biodiversity affects the simultaneous performance of multiple ecosystem functions (that is, ecosystem multifunctionality). Given increasing environmental variability and uncertainty under global change, an emerging question is how biodiversity influences the stability of multiple functions (that is, multifunctional stability). We currently know little, however, about the determinants and mechanisms of multifunctional stability, which is of practical importance for ensuring the sustainable provision of multiple functions. 2....
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