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Diverging shifts in spring phenology in response to biodiversity loss in a subtropical forest

Prepared by Yanjun Du, Bo Yang, Si‐Chong Chen & Keping Ma

The first author, Yanjun Du (right), monitoring phenology in one of the experimental plots in the Biodiversity-Ecosystem Functioning Experiment of China (BEF-China), located in Jiangxi Province, China (117°55′E, 29°60′N). Photo credit: Bo Yang.
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Celebrating the first anniversary of our JVS-AVS blog

Prepared by David Zelený, Viktoria Wagner and Peter Minchin (editors)

Geographical distribution of users across the World accessing our blog during the past year (from August 23, 2018 till August 22, 2019). Note that although the highest number of users seems to come from China, most of them accessed the website during a single day after a post by Chinese authors has been published and shared on WeChat.
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JVS-AVS Editorial Meeting in Bremen, Germany

The Editors and Editorial Board members of our journals met during the IAVS Symposium in Bremen on 15 July 2019.

Upper row (from left): David Ward, Jörg Ewald, Ingolf Kühn, Borja Jiménez-Alfaro, Francisco Pugnaire, Sebastian Schmidtlein, Sándor Bartha, Hannes Feilhauer, Yasuhiro Kubota, Josu Alday, Zoltán Botta-Dukát, Martin Zobel, Péter Török, Martin Diekmann (IAVS President), Norbert Hölzel, Alessandro Chiarucci, Jean-Paul Theurillat, Duccio Rocchini, Lauchlan Fraser, Thomas Giesecke, Triin Reitalu, Florian Jansen, Helge Bruelheide, Guillaume Decocq, Jürgen Dengler, David Zelený, Zdeňka Lososová, Carol Clark (Wiley).
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Hedgerow age affects the species richness of herbaceous forest plants

Prepared by Kathrin Litza & Martin Diekmann

Hedgerows of different ages in the agricultural landscape of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Photo credit: Kathrin Litza.

Hedgerows are narrow strips of wooded habitats that are known to provide refuge habitat for forest species, such as herbaceous forest plants, in agricultural landscapes.…

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