For more information about this workshop, be sure to
investigate the following references:
Dodson, S. I., S. E. Arnott, and K. L. Cottingham. 2000. The
relationship in lake communities between primary productivity and
species richness. Ecology 81:2662-2679.
Gough, L., C. W. Osenberg, K. L. Gross, and S. L. Collins.
2000. Fertilization effects on species density and primary
productivity in herbaceous plant communities. Oikos 89:428-439.
Gross, K. L., M. R. Willig, L. Gough. R. Inouye, and S. B.
Cox. 2000. Species diversity and productivity at different spatial
scales in herbaceous plant communities. Oikos 89:417-427.
Mittelbach, G., C. Steiner, S. M. Scheiner, K. L. Gross, H.
L. Reynolds, R. B. Waide, M. R. Willig, S. I. Dodson, and L. Gough.
In press. The relationship between species richness and productivity
depends on scale. Ecology
Scheiner, S. M., S. B. Cox, M. R. Willig, G. G. Mittelbach,
C. Osenberg, and M. Kaspari. 2000. Species richness: species area
curves and Simpson's paradox. Evolutionary Ecology Research
Waide, R. B.; M. R. Willig,C. F. Steiner, G. Mittelbach, L.
Gough, S. I. Dodson, G. P. Juday, and R. Parmenter. 1999. The
relationship between productivity and species richness. Annual
Review of Ecology and Systematics 30: 257-300.
Also - be sure to visit the
website devoted to this workshop.