Data from: Species pools and environmental sorting control different aspects of plant diversity and functional trait composition in recovering grasslands

Timo Conradi & Johannes Kollmann
Succession theory argues that the taxonomic and functional structure of assembling communities is regulated by the interplay of local environmental conditions and regional factors such as available species pools or landscape configurations that moderate dispersal. Yet, the relative importance of these factors and whether they control different aspects of community structure, for example species diversity or the composition of plant traits, is not well understood. This limits predictions of spatial variation in successional outcomes. We...
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