Climate and soil attributes determine plant species turnover in global drylands

Werner Ulrich*, Santiago Soliveres, Fernando T. Maestre, Nicholas J. Gotelli, José L. Quero, Manuel Delgado-Baquerizo, Matthew A. Bowker, David J. Eldridge, Victoria Ochoa, Beatriz Gozalo, Enrique Valencia, Miguel Berdugo, Cristina Escolar, Miguel García-Gómez, Adrián Escudero, Aníbal Prina, Graciela Alfonso, Tulio Arredondo, Donaldo Bran, Omar CabreraAlex P. Cea, Mohamed Chaieb, Jorge Contreras, Mchich Derak, Carlos I. Espinosa, Adriana Florentino, Juan Gaitán, Victoria García Muro, Wahida Ghiloufi, Susana Gómez-González, Julio R. Gutiérrez, Rosa M. Hernández, Elisabeth Huber-Sannwald, Mohammad Jankju, Rebecca L. Mau, Frederic Mendes Hughes, Maria Miriti, Jorge Monerris, Muchai Muchane, Kamal Naseri, Eduardo Pucheta, David A. Ramírez-Collantes, Eran Raveh, Roberto L. Romão, Cristian Torres-Díaz, James Val, José Pablo Veiga, Deli Wang, Xia Yuan, Eli Zaady

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