1st working group meeting
Predicting the consequences of anthropogenic nutrient enrichment and biodiversity changes requires understanding relationships among many complex and often locally‐varying ecosystem responses. Ecological stoichiometry, the balance of multiple chemical elements, is a promising mechanistic approach for developing a predictive understanding of community and ecosystem consequences of global changes. This workshop will develop a stronger understanding of the links between ecological stoichiometry and environment‐diversity‐productivity relationships using previously unanalysed data from a unique, globally distributed experiment in grasslands, the Nutrient Network (NutNet).
Elizabeth Borer; Anne Ebeling; Todd Michael Anderson; Jennifer Firn; Stan Harpole; Helmut Hillebrand; Dorothee Hodapp; Eric Lind; Vanessa Minden; Harry olde Venterink; Christiane Roscher; Alexey Ryabov; Mahesh Sankaran; Lauren Sullivan
2nd working group meeting
Elizabeth Borer; Anne Ebeling; Todd Michael Anderson; Dana Blumethal; Jennifer Firn; Stan Harpole; Helmut Hillebrand; Eric Lind; Vanessa Minden; Harry olde Venterink; Christiane Roscher; Lauren Sullivan
3rd working group meeting - writing retreat
Dana Blumenthal; Elizabeth Borer; Anne Ebeling; Jennifer Firn; Stan Harpole; Harry olde Venterink; Christiane Roscher; Eric Seabloom
Anderson T.M., Griffith D.M. et al. (2018) Herbivory and eutrophication mediate grassland plant nutrient responses across a global climatic gradient. Ecology, Volume 99, Issue 4. See here.
Griffith, DM, Anderson, (2019) TM. The ‘plantspec’ r package: A tool for spectral analysis of plant stoichiometry. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 10:673-679. See here.
Firn, J., McGree, J.M., Harvey, E. et al. (2019) Leaf nutrients, not specific leaf area, are consistent indicators of elevated nutrient inputs. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 3:400-406. See here.
Borer, E.T., Lind, E.M., et al. (2019) More salt, please: global patterns, responses and impacts of foliar sodium in grasslands. Ecology Letters, 22:1136-1144. See here.