A.T. Kuiters Diversity–stability relationships in plant communities of contrasting habitats Journal of Vegetation Science 24
Diversity-stability relationships were studied in naturally assembled plant communities in coastal dunes, peatlands and marshlands in the Netherlands. Species-rich plots were more stable in terms of species composition and year-to-year variation in species abundances and total species abundances. Abiotic factors (soil nitrogen and moisture) explained only a small fraction of observed variation in species dynamics.
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