Standard

Integrating community assembly and biodiversity to better understand ecosystem function: the Community Assembly and the Functioning of Ecosystems (CAFE) approach. / Bannar-Martin, K. (Corresponding author); Kremer, C.; Ernest, S.K. Morgan; Leibold, M.; Auge, H.; Chase, J.; Declerck, S.A.J.; Eisenhauer, Nico; Harpole, W.S.; Hillebrand, H.; Isbell, F.; Koffel, T.; Larsen, S.; Narwani, A.; Petermann, J.; Roscher, C.; Sarmento Cabral, J.; Supp, S.

In: Ecology Letters, Vol. 21, No. 1, 2018, p. 167-180.

Research output: Contribution to journal/periodicalArticleScientificpeer-review

Harvard

Bannar-Martin, K, Kremer, C, Ernest, SKM, Leibold, M, Auge, H, Chase, J, Declerck, SAJ, Eisenhauer, N, Harpole, WS, Hillebrand, H, Isbell, F, Koffel, T, Larsen, S, Narwani, A, Petermann, J, Roscher, C, Sarmento Cabral, J & Supp, S 2018, 'Integrating community assembly and biodiversity to better understand ecosystem function: the Community Assembly and the Functioning of Ecosystems (CAFE) approach' Ecology Letters, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 167-180. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.12895

APA

Bannar-Martin, K., Kremer, C., Ernest, S. K. M., Leibold, M., Auge, H., Chase, J., ... Supp, S. (2018). Integrating community assembly and biodiversity to better understand ecosystem function: the Community Assembly and the Functioning of Ecosystems (CAFE) approach. Ecology Letters, 21(1), 167-180. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.12895

Vancouver

Author

Bannar-Martin, K. ; Kremer, C. ; Ernest, S.K. Morgan ; Leibold, M. ; Auge, H. ; Chase, J. ; Declerck, S.A.J. ; Eisenhauer, Nico ; Harpole, W.S. ; Hillebrand, H. ; Isbell, F. ; Koffel, T. ; Larsen, S. ; Narwani, A. ; Petermann, J. ; Roscher, C. ; Sarmento Cabral, J. ; Supp, S. / Integrating community assembly and biodiversity to better understand ecosystem function: the Community Assembly and the Functioning of Ecosystems (CAFE) approach. In: Ecology Letters. 2018 ; Vol. 21, No. 1. pp. 167-180.

BibTeX

@article{3301dd6fc5384ee4ba3910df05624154,
title = "Integrating community assembly and biodiversity to better understand ecosystem function: the Community Assembly and the Functioning of Ecosystems (CAFE) approach",
abstract = "The research of a generation of ecologists was catalysed by the recognition that the number and identity of species in communities influences the functioning of ecosystems. The relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning (BEF) is most often examined by controlling species richness and randomising community composition. In natural systems, biodiversity changes are often part of a bigger community assembly dynamic. Therefore, focusing on community assembly and the functioning of ecosystems (CAFE), by integrating both species richness and composition through species gains, losses and changes in abundance, will better reveal how community changes affect ecosystem function. We synthesise the BEF and CAFE perspectives using an ecological application of the Price equation, which partitions the contributions of richness and composition to function. Using empirical examples, we show how the CAFE approach reveals important contributions of composition to function. These examples show how changes in species richness and composition driven by environmental perturbations can work in concert or antagonistically to influence ecosystem function. Considering how communities change in an integrative fashion, rather than focusing on one axis of community structure at a time, will improve our ability to anticipate and predict changes in ecosystem function.",
keywords = "international",
author = "K. Bannar-Martin and C. Kremer and Ernest, {S.K. Morgan} and M. Leibold and H. Auge and J. Chase and S.A.J. Declerck and Nico Eisenhauer and W.S. Harpole and H. Hillebrand and F. Isbell and T. Koffel and S. Larsen and A. Narwani and J. Petermann and C. Roscher and {Sarmento Cabral}, J. and S. Supp",
note = "6421, AqE; Data archiving: no data (conceptpaper)",
year = "2018",
doi = "10.1111/ele.12895",
language = "English",
volume = "21",
pages = "167--180",
journal = "Ecology Letters",
issn = "1461-023X",
number = "1",

}

RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Integrating community assembly and biodiversity to better understand ecosystem function: the Community Assembly and the Functioning of Ecosystems (CAFE) approach

AU - Bannar-Martin, K.

AU - Kremer, C.

AU - Ernest, S.K. Morgan

AU - Leibold, M.

AU - Auge, H.

AU - Chase, J.

AU - Declerck, S.A.J.

AU - Eisenhauer, Nico

AU - Harpole, W.S.

AU - Hillebrand, H.

AU - Isbell, F.

AU - Koffel, T.

AU - Larsen, S.

AU - Narwani, A.

AU - Petermann, J.

AU - Roscher, C.

AU - Sarmento Cabral, J.

AU - Supp, S.

N1 - 6421, AqE; Data archiving: no data (conceptpaper)

PY - 2018

Y1 - 2018

N2 - The research of a generation of ecologists was catalysed by the recognition that the number and identity of species in communities influences the functioning of ecosystems. The relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning (BEF) is most often examined by controlling species richness and randomising community composition. In natural systems, biodiversity changes are often part of a bigger community assembly dynamic. Therefore, focusing on community assembly and the functioning of ecosystems (CAFE), by integrating both species richness and composition through species gains, losses and changes in abundance, will better reveal how community changes affect ecosystem function. We synthesise the BEF and CAFE perspectives using an ecological application of the Price equation, which partitions the contributions of richness and composition to function. Using empirical examples, we show how the CAFE approach reveals important contributions of composition to function. These examples show how changes in species richness and composition driven by environmental perturbations can work in concert or antagonistically to influence ecosystem function. Considering how communities change in an integrative fashion, rather than focusing on one axis of community structure at a time, will improve our ability to anticipate and predict changes in ecosystem function.

AB - The research of a generation of ecologists was catalysed by the recognition that the number and identity of species in communities influences the functioning of ecosystems. The relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning (BEF) is most often examined by controlling species richness and randomising community composition. In natural systems, biodiversity changes are often part of a bigger community assembly dynamic. Therefore, focusing on community assembly and the functioning of ecosystems (CAFE), by integrating both species richness and composition through species gains, losses and changes in abundance, will better reveal how community changes affect ecosystem function. We synthesise the BEF and CAFE perspectives using an ecological application of the Price equation, which partitions the contributions of richness and composition to function. Using empirical examples, we show how the CAFE approach reveals important contributions of composition to function. These examples show how changes in species richness and composition driven by environmental perturbations can work in concert or antagonistically to influence ecosystem function. Considering how communities change in an integrative fashion, rather than focusing on one axis of community structure at a time, will improve our ability to anticipate and predict changes in ecosystem function.

KW - international

U2 - 10.1111/ele.12895

DO - 10.1111/ele.12895

M3 - Article

VL - 21

SP - 167

EP - 180

JO - Ecology Letters

JF - Ecology Letters

SN - 1461-023X

IS - 1

ER -

ID: 5769464