8th to 12th January, 2015 - Bayreuth, Germany

CT11 Latitudinal Biodiversity Gradients

Chair: Roland Jansson

Sunday, 14:45-15:45, H 25, RW I

 Sunday:
11.01.2015
14:45CT11.1: Jonathan Kennedy et al.: Into and out of the tropics: the generation of the latitudinal gradient among New World passerine birds
15:00CT11.2: Manuel Steinbauer et al.: Topography-driven isolation, speciation and global plant biodiversity
15:15CT11.3: Véronique Boucher-Lalonde: Climatic tolerances and geographical patterns in species richness
15:30CT11.4: Fabricio Villalobos et al.: Global patterns of mammalian coexistence: phylogenetic and morphological structure within species ranges 
15:45- CHANGE OF BUILDING FOR AWARDS CEREMONY - Coffee Break (Audimax)
16:15

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Poster

P11.1 Hercules Araclides, Jonathan Davies, Pedro Peres-Neto

A phylogenetic approach to detecting competition in a global dataset

P11.2⚡ Malte Ebach, Carlos E. González-Orozco, Regina Varona

Francisco José de Caldas: a missing link in the origins of phytogeography

P11.4⚡ Kristine Engemann, Brody Sandel, Brian Enquist, Jens-Christian Svenning

Origin of the latitudinal species richness gradient in the New World

P11.5 Trevor Fristoe

The contribution of migrants to diversity and energy use in North American bird communities across the seasons

P11.6⚡ John Grady, James Brown

Why endotherms dominate cold, productive oceans

P11.7 Lenka Kopsová, David Hořák

Migration mode influences geographical patterns in clutch size of European Passerines

P11.8⚡ Antonin Machac, Catherine Graham

Global dynamics of mammalian diversity

P11.9⚡ Caterina Penone, Ben J. Weinstein, Catherine H. Graham, Gabriel C. Costa

Exploring mechanisms underlying global mammal beta-diversity patterns

P11.10 Anke Stein, Jan Beck, Carsten Meyer, Elisabeth Waldmann, Patrick Weigelt, Holger Kreft

Differential effects of environmental heterogeneity on global mammal species richness


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