On the basis of current data, we find no evidence for significant environmental changes or the presence of modern humans in the region during that time.
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We aim to bring together people and data from both sides of the discussion to clarify points of agreement and disagreement, and to identify data and analyses that could build consensus moving forward.
Products of the workshop will include (1) a perspectives paper and (2) a proposal for subsequent workshops or working group meetings to pursue the identified quantitative syntheses.
Check also another working group page here 1st working group meeting 10.- PIs: Nico Eisenhauer; Forest Isbell Several recent meta-analyses investigated whether and how biodiversity is changing over time in local communities worldwide.
The conflicting results and interpretations from these studies have evoked a controversial discussion.
In the absence of these, we propose that their extinction was possibly the result of long-term demographic and genetic declines associated with an isolated island population.
Stegodons (Stegodontidae: Proboscidea) were a widespread and diverse family of proboscideans dating from the late Miocene to the Late Pleistocene of Africa and Asia.
* This working group is jointly funded project together with the Canadian Institute of Ecology and Evolution (CIEE/ICEE).
At CIEE the working group runs under project number 2.2.
Participants Anne Bjorkman (i Div); Helge Bruelheide (Martin-Luther-University of Halle-Wittenberg); Jon Chase (i Div/MLU); Dylan Craven (i Div); Maria Dornelas (University of St Andrews); Nico Eisenhauer (i Div); Andrew Gonzalez (Mc Gill University); Fangliang He (University of Alberta); Jessica Hines (i Div); Forest Isbell (University of Georgia); Holly Keltner (Northern Illinois University); Brian Mc Gill (University of Maine); Grace Murphy (Dalhousie University); Isla Myers-Smith (University of Edinburgh); Laetitia Navarro (i Div); Mary O'Connor (University of British Columbia); Sarah Supp (University of Wisconsin-Madison); Marten Winter (i Div); Christian Wirth (Leipzig University) Download meeting summary2nd workshop meeting 22.- PIs: Sarah Supp; Maria Dornelas Despite substantial evidence of modern environmental degradation, recent data syntheses have sparked controversy over whether and how biodiversity has changed in recent decades.