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Effects of “Taxonomic Richness”, “Functional Richness” and available “Substratum”.

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posted on 18.05.2011, 01:11 authored by Martin Wahl, Heike Link, Nicolaos Alexandridis, Jeremy C. Thomason, Mauricio Cifuentes, Mark J. Costello, Bernardo A. P. da Gama, Kristina Hillock, Alistair J. Hobday, Manfred J. Kaufmann, Stefanie Keller, Patrik Kraufvelin, Ina Krüger, Lars Lauterbach, Bruno L. Antunes, Markus Molis, Masahiro Nakaoka, Julia Nyström, Zulkamal bin Radzi, Björn Stockhausen, Martin Thiel, Thomas Vance, Annika Weseloh, Mark Whittle, Lisa Wiesmann, Laura Wunderer, Takehisa Yamakita, Mark Lenz

Diversity and substratum effects on the variation in the speed of convergence between transplanted and resident fouling communities. Results from linear mixed-effects analysis. The different levels of spatial replication, i.e. “Biogeographic Region” (n = 8), and “Experimental Site” (n = 16) nested in “Biogeographic Region”, were fitted as random effects.