- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction: the ecological and social implications of changing biodiversity. An overview of a decade of biodiversity and ecosystem functioning research
- 2 Consequences of species loss for ecosystem functioning: meta-analyses of data from biodiversity experiments
- 3 Biodiversity-ecosystem function research and biodiversity futures: early bird catches the worm or a day late and a dollar short?
- 4 A functional guide to functional diversity measures
- 5 Forecasting decline in ecosystem services under realistic scenarios of extinction
- 6 Biodiversity and the stability of ecosystem functioning
- 7 The analysis of biodiversity experiments: from pattern toward mechanism
- 8 Towards a food web perspective on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
- 9 Microbial biodiversity and ecosystem functioning under controlled conditions and in the wild
- 10 Biodiversity as spatial insurance: the effects of habitat fragmentation and dispersal on ecosystem functioning
- 11 Incorporating biodiversity in climate change mitigation initiatives
- 12 Restoring biodiversity and ecosystem function: will an integrated approach improve results?
- 13 Managed ecosystems: biodiversity and ecosystem functions in landscapes modified by human use
- 14 Understanding the role of species richness for crop pollination services
- 15 Biodiversity and ecosystem function: perspectives on disease
- 16 Opening communities to colonization – the impacts of invaders on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning
- 17 The economics of biodiversity and ecosystem services
- 18 The valuation of ecosystem services
- 19 Modelling biodiversity and ecosystem services in coupled ecological–economic systems
- 20 TraitNet: furthering biodiversity research through the curation, discovery, and sharing of species trait data
- 21 Can we predict the effects of global change on biodiversity loss and ecosystem functioning?
- Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functioning, and Human Wellbeing
- Oxford University Press
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