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Lecture 24: Species diversity and productivity Dodson SI et al (2000) The relationship in lake communities between primary productivity and species richness. Ecology 81:2662-2679 Gough L et al (2000) Fertilization effects on species density and primary productivity in herbaceous plant communities. Oikos 89:428-439 Huston M (1993) Biological diversity, soils and economics. Science 262:1676-1680 See also responses to this paper in Science 265:457-459 Kennedy et al (2002) Biodiversity as a barrier to ecosystem invasion. Nature 417:636638 Leibold MA (1996) A graphical model of keystone predators in food webs: trophic regulation of abundance, incidence, and diversity patterns in communities. Am Nat 147:784-812 Mittelbach GG et al (2001) What is the observed relationship between species richness and productivity. Ecology 82:2381-2396 Naeem S (1994). Declining biodiversity can alter the performance of ecosystems. Nature 368:734-737. Schnitzer, S.A., et al. (2011). Soil-borne microbes drive the classic asymptotic diversityproductivity pattern. Ecology, 92: 296-303 Stevens MHH and Carson WP (1999) The significance of assemblage level thinning for species richness. J Ecol 87:490-502 Tilman D and Pacala S (1993) Maintenance of species richness. In Ricklefs and Schluter Species diversity in ecological communities. Chicago University Press.