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    • General destabilizing effects of eutrophication on grassland productivity at multiple spatial scales 

      Hautier, Yann; Zhang, Pengfei; Loreau, Michel; Wilcox, Kevin R.; Seabloom, Eric William.; Borer, Elizabeth T.; Byrnes, Jarrett E. K.; Koerner, Sally E.; Komatsu, Kimberly J.; Lefcheck, Jonathan S.; Hector, Andy.; Adler, Peter B.; Alberti, Juan.; Arnillas, Carlos Alberto; Bakker, Jonathan D.; Brudvig, Lars A.; Bugalho, Miguel N.; Cadotte, Marc.; Caldeira, Maria C.; Carroll, Oliver; Crawley, Mick; Collins, Scott L.; Daleo, Pedro; Dee, Laura E.; Eisenhauer, Nico.; Eskelinen, Anu.; Fay, Philip A.; Gilbert, Benjamin; Hansar, Amandine; Isbell, Forest; Knops, Johannes M.H.; MacDougall, Andrew S.; McCulley, Rebecca L.; Moore, Joslin L.; Morgan, John W.; Mori, Akira S.; Peri, Pablo Luis; Pos, Edwin; Power, Sally A.; Price, Jodi N.; Reich, Peter B.; Risch, Anita C.; Roscher, Christiane; Sankaran, Mahesh; Schütz, Martin; Smith, Melinda D.; Stevens, Carly J.; Tognetti, Pedro M.; Virtanen, Risto; Wardle, Glenda M.; Wilfahrt, Peter A.; Wang, Shaopeng (Springer Nature, 2020-10-23)
      Eutrophication is a widespread environmental change that usually reduces the stabilizing effect of plant diversity on productivity in local communities. Whether this effect is scale dependent remains to be elucidated. Here, ...
    • Neochelanops michaelseni (Pseudoscorpiones: Chernetidae) as potential bioindicator in managed and unmanaged Nothofagus forests of Tierra del Fuego 

      Lencinas, María Vanessa; Kreps, Gastón; Soler Esteban, Rosina Matilde; Peri, Pablo Luis; Porta, Andres; Ramirez, Martín; Martínez Pastur, Guillermo José (BioOne, 2015-11-01)
      Bioindicators could act as early warning indicators of environmental changes, ecosystem stress or taxonomic diversity. Pseudoscorpions have rarely been used as bioindicators, due to lack of information about their ecology, ...