- Congratulations to Jim Grace and all the NutNet collaborators for the terrific news that the paper "Integrative modeling reveals mechanisms linking productivity and plant species richness" has just been accepted for publication by Nature. This is sure to be a major contribution to the field. Way to go Nuts!
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Congratulations to graduate student Deusdedith Rugemalila for his new paper in Biotropica entitled “Precipitation and Elephants, Not Fire, Shape Tree Community Composition in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania”. Well done Deus!
Congratulations to Jim Grace and the NutNet gang for their paper entitled “Integrative modelling reveals mechanisms linking productivity and plant species richness”, which was published in the 21 January 2016 edition of Nature. Link to paper
Congratulations to Tom Morrison, his article “Elephant damage, not fire or rainfall, explains mortality of overstorey trees in Serengeti” has been published in the Journal of Ecology. Check it out online here: Link to paper