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Title: Response to comment on “plant diversity increases with the strength of negative density dependence at the global scale”
Authors: Joseph A. LaManna
Scott A. Mangan
Alfonso Alonso
Norman A. Bourg
Warren Y. Brockelman
Sarayudh Bunyavejchewin
Li Wan Chang
Jyh Min Chiang
George B. Chuyong
Keith Clay
Susan Cordell
Stuart J. Davies
Tucker J. Furniss
Christian P. Giardina
I. A.U. Nimal Gunatilleke
C. V. Savitri Gunatilleke
Fangliang He
Robert W. Howe
Stephen P. Hubbell
Chang Fu Hsieh
Faith M. Inman-Narahari
David Janík
Daniel J. Johnson
David Kenfack
Lisa Korte
Kamil Král
Andrew J. Larson
James A. Lutz
Sean M. McMahon
William J. McShea
Hervé R. Memiaghe
Anuttara Nathalang
Vojtech Novotny
Perry S. Ong
David A. Orwig
Rebecca Ostertag
Geoffrey G. Parker
Richard P. Phillips
Lawren Sack
I. Fang Sun
J. Sebastián Tello
Duncan W. Thomas
Benjamin L. Turner
Dilys M. Vela Díaz
Tomáš Vrška
George D. Weiblen
Amy Wolf
Sandra Yap
Jonathan A. Myers
National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department, Thailand
University of the Philippines Diliman
Far Eastern University Manila
University of Peradeniya
University of Buea
United States Department of Agriculture
Utah State University
Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
University of Alberta
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
National Zoological Park
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
University of California, Los Angeles
University of Montana
Sun Yat-Sen University
Indiana University
Tunghai University
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
University of Hawaii at Hilo
Mahidol University
National Dong Hwa University
Thailand National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology
United States Geological Survey
Washington University in St. Louis
Jihoceská Univerzita v Ceských Budejovicích
CNRS Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
Harvard Forest
Taiwan Forestry Research Institute
National Taiwan University
Washington State University Vancouver
Missouri Botanical Garden
Silva Tarouca Research Institute
New Guinea Binatang Research Centre
National Zoological Park
Keywords: Multidisciplinary
Issue Date: 25-May-2018
Citation: Science. Vol.360, No.6391 (2018)
Abstract: 2017 © The Authors, Chisholm and Fung claim that our method of estimating conspecific negative density dependence (CNDD) in recruitment is systematically biased, and present an alternative method that shows no latitudinal pattern in CNDD. We demonstrate that their approach produces strongly biased estimates of CNDD, explaining why they do not detect a latitudinal pattern. We also address their methodological concerns using an alternative distance-weighted approach, which supports our original findings of a latitudinal gradient in CNDD and a latitudinal shift in the relationship between CNDD and species abundance.
ISSN: 10959203
Appears in Collections:Scopus 2018

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