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Abstract: Understanding community processes is essential to predict community dynamics and succession processes. To explore how shrub canopy removal frequency (hereafter ‘removal frequency’) and distance from shrubs affect herbs and grasses community assembly in a shrub‐encroached grassland, we carried out a 4‐year shrub canopy removal experiment with three removal frequencies (no removal, removal once, and removal twice per year) in a Caragana microphylla shrub‐encroached grassland, and assessed community assembly mech… Show more

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