The hydrological niche and spatially structured species co-existence
Experiments link competition and climate change responses
Dissecting the hydrological niche: soil moisture, space and lifespan
Neighbour effects on shrub seedling establishment override climate change impacts in a Mediterranean community
Timing of extreme drought modifies reproductive output in semi-natural grassland
Short-term manipulation of precipitation in Mongolian steppe shows vegetation influenced more by timing than amount of rainfall
Soil stabilization linked to plant diversity and environmental context in coastal wetlands
Coupling experimental data with individual-based modelling reveals differential effects of root herbivory on grassland plant co-existence along a resource gradient
Functional convergence and phylogenetic divergence during secondary succession of subtropical wet forests in Puerto Rico
Climatic and geographic correlates of global forest tree species–abundance distributions and community evenness
Climate and the distribution of grasses in West Africa
Spatial distribution and association patterns in a tropical evergreen broad-leaved forest of north-central Vietnam
Spatial patterns of tree species distribution in New Guinea primary and secondary lowland rain forest
Responsiveness of performance and morphological traits to experimental submergence predicts field distribution pattern of wetland plants
Testing inter-regional variation in pH niches of fen mosses
Spatial variation in potential photosynthesis in Northern European bogs
Vegetation patterns along micro-relief and vegetation type transects in polygonal landscapes of the Siberian Arctic
Soil aeration, water deficit, nitrogen availability, acidity and temperature all contribute to shaping tree species distribution in temperate forests
Mixed-severity natural disturbance regime dominates in an old-growth Norway spruce forest of northwest Russia
The role of distance and habitat specificity in bryophyte and perennial seed plant metacommunities in arid scrubland fragments
Field test of canopy cover estimation by hemispherical photographs taken with a smartphone