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      Island biogeography for an urbanizing world: how extinction and colonization may determine biological diversity in human-dominated landscapes

      Urban Ecosystems

      Springer Nature

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          Diversity in tropical rain forests and coral reefs.

          The commonly observed high diversity of trees in tropical rain forests and corals on tropical reefs is a nonequilibrium state which, if not disturbed further, will progress toward a low-diversity equilibrium community. This may not happen if gradual changes in climate favor different species. If equilibrium is reached, a lesser degree of diversity may be sustained by niche diversification or by a compensatory mortality that favors inferior competitors. However, tropical forests and reefs are subject to severe disturbances often enough that equilibrium may never be attained.
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            A General Hypothesis of Species Diversity

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              Land Use and Avian Species Diversity Along an Urban Gradient

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                Journal
                Urban Ecosystems
                Urban Ecosyst
                Springer Nature
                1083-8155
                1573-1642
                June 2005
                June 2005
                : 8
                : 2
                : 157-177
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                10.1007/s11252-005-4378-6
                © 2005
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