Species richness and species pool size variation across p H gradients in Southern Blue Ridge Forests. Joel M. Gramling, Robert K. Peet, Jason D. Fridley, and Thomas R. Wentworth.
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Joel M. Gramling, Robert K. Peet, Jason D. Fridley, and Thomas R. Wentworth.
Ewald (in press) cites:
How might these hypotheses be applied to the Southeastern USA?
Does the Southern Blue Ridge exhibit a negative relationship between pH and species richness as implied by the findings of Pärtel and Ewald?
How is the flora of the Southern Blue Ridge distributed across the pH gradient?
How specialized is the flora of the Southern Blue Ridge across the pH gradient?