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  1. Individual-based models of community assembly: Neighbourhood competition drives phylogenetic community structure
  2. Tree leaf and root traits mediate soil faunal contribution to litter decomposition across an elevational gradient
  3. Environmental controls on the causes and functional consequences of tree species diversity
  4. Biodiversity-ecosystem function relationships change through primary succession
  5. Understanding and monitoring the consequences of human impacts on intraspecific variation
  6. Biodiversity and ecosystem services in forest ecosystems: a research agenda for applied forest ecology
  7. Differential processes underlying the roadside distributions of native and alien plant assemblages
  8. Accumulation of carbon and nitrogen in vegetation and soils of deglaciated area in Ellesmere Island, high-Arctic Canada
  9. Resilience in the Studies of Biodiversity–Ecosystem Functioning
  10. Low multifunctional redundancy of soil fungal diversity at multiple scales
  11. Academic inequality through the lens of community ecology: a meta-analysis
  12. Biodiversity increases the resistance of ecosystem productivity to climate extremes
  13. Bleaching of leaf litter and associated microfungi in subboreal and subalpine forests
  14. Perspectives for ecosystem management based on ecosystem resilience and ecological thresholds against multiple and stochastic disturbances
  15. Plant species control and soil faunal involvement in the processes of above- and below-ground litter decomposition
  16. A stronger coordination of litter decomposability between leaves and fine roots for woody species in a warmer region
  17. Concordance and discordance between taxonomic and functional homogenization: responses of soil mite assemblages to forest conversion
  18. Functional redundancy of multiple forest taxa along an elevational gradient: predicting the consequences of non-random species loss
  19. Modern Threats to the Stability of Biological Communities
  20. Null model approaches to evaluating the relative role of different assembly processes in shaping ecological communities
  21. Biotic homogenization and differentiation of soil faunal communities in the production forest landscape: taxonomic and functional perspectives
  22. Asymmetric gene flow and the distribution of genetic diversity in morphologically distinct Abies mariesii populations in contrasting eco-habitats
  23. Retention forestry as a major paradigm for safeguarding forest biodiversity in productive landscapes: A global meta-analysis
  24. Accumulation and decay dynamics of coarse woody debris in a Japanese old-growth subalpine coniferous forest
  25. Assessing possible shifts in wildfire regimes under a changing climate in mountainous landscapes
  26. Ecological consequences through responses of plant and soil communities to changing winter climate
  27. Comparison of the diversity, composition, and host recurrence of xylariaceous endophytes in subtropical, cool temperate, and subboreal regions in Japan
  28. Reframing ecosystem management in the era of climate change: Issues and knowledge from forests
  29. Non-stochastic colonization by pioneer plants after deglaciation in a polar oasis of the Canadian High Arctic
  30. Community assembly processes shape an altitudinal gradient of forest biodiversity
  31. Response diversity determines the resilience of ecosystems to environmental change
  32. Colonization of vegetation-rich moraines and inference of multiple sources of colonization in the High Arctic for Salix arctica
  33. Variation in herbivory-induced responses within successively flushing Quercus serrata seedlings under different nutrient conditions
  34. Making society more resilient
  35. Ecosystem management based on natural disturbances: hierarchical context and non-equilibrium paradigm
  36. Historic variability in fire-generated landscape heterogeneity of subalpine forests in the Canadian Rockies
  37. Climatic variability regulates the occurrence and extent of large fires in the subalpine forests of the Canadian Rockies
  38. Plant responses to heterogeneous environments: scaling from shoot modules and whole‐plant functions to ecosystem processes
  39. Convergence of leaf display and photosynthetic characteristics of understory Abies amabilis and Tsuga heterophylla in an old-growth forest in southwestern Washington State, USA
  40. Within-crown structural variability of dwarfed mature Abies mariesii in snowy subalpine parkland in central Japan
  41. Adventitious root formation of two Abies species on log and soil in an old-growth subalpine forest in central Japan
  42. Tree mortality and habitat shifts in the regeneration trajectory underneath canopy of an old-growth subalpine forest
  43. Conifer establishment and root architectural responses to forest floor heterogeneity in an old-growth subalpine forest in central Japan
  44. Differential survival among life stages contributes to co‐dominance of Abies mariesii and Abies veitchii in a sub‐alpine old‐growth forest
  45. Changes in the structure and heterogeneity of vegetation and microsite environments with the chronosequence of primary succession on a glacier foreland in Ellesmere Island, high arctic Canada
  46. Roles of disturbance and demographic non-equilibrium in species coexistence, inferred from 25-year dynamics of a late-successional old-growth subalpine forest
  47. Shoot Development and Extension of Quercus serrata Saplings in Response to Insect Damage and Nutrient Conditions
  48. Seasonal and leaf age-dependent changes in occurrence of phyllosphere fungi of giant dogwood
  49. Season and substrate effects on the first-year establishment of current-year seedlings of major conifer species in an old-growth subalpine forest in central Japan
  50. Changes in shoot properties in relation to vertical positions within the crown of mature canopy trees of Abies mariesii and Abies veitchii
  51. Changes in crown development patterns and current-year shoot structure with light environment and tree height in Fagus crenata (Fagaceae)
  52. Effects of undisturbed canopy structure on population structure and species coexistence in an old-growth subalpine forest in central Japan
  53. Substrate-associated seedling recruitment and establishment of major conifer species in an old-growth subalpine forest in central Japan
  54. Colonization of Japanese beech leaves by phyllosphere fungi
  55. Light-related competitive effects of overstory trees on the understory conifer saplings in a subalpine forest