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Local and regional drivers of taxonomic homogenization in stream communities along a land use gradient

Abstract : The interaction of land use with local versus regional processes driving biological homogenization (β-diversity loss) is poorly understood. We explored: (a) stream β‐diversity responses to land cover (forest versus agriculture) in terms of physico‐chemistry and physicochemical heterogeneity; (b) whether these responses were constrained by the regional species pool, i.e. γ diversity, or local assembly processes through local (α) diversity; (c) whether local assembly operated through the regional species abundance distribution (SAD) or intraspecific spatial aggregation; and (d) the dependence on body size, dispersal capacity and trophic level (producer versus consumer).
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W.R. Budnick, Thibault Leboucher, Jérôme Belliard, J. Soininen, I. Lavoie, et al.. Local and regional drivers of taxonomic homogenization in stream communities along a land use gradient. Global Ecology and Biogeography, Wiley, 2019, 28 (11), pp.1597-1609. ⟨10.1111/geb.12976⟩. ⟨hal-02609712⟩

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