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“…The composition of plant populations in cities is influenced by multiple urban drivers including human management, climate, pollution, land use change and biological invasions (Pyšek et al 2010;Kowarik 2011;Lososová et al 2012;Aronson et al 2016;Piana et al 2019;Swan et al 2021). In contrast to rural regions, cities are characterized by high habitat heterogeneity including novel urban habitats with great potential for biodiversity (Kowarik 2011;Swan et al 2021), encompassing parks (Fischer et al 2016;Vojík et al 2020), cemeteries (Kowarik et al 2016;Löki et al 2019), urban woodlands (Trentanovi et al 2013;Kowarik et al 2019), wastelands (Bonthoux et al 2014), railways (Westermann et al 2011) and gardens (Thompson et al 2003;Loram et al 2008;Pergl et al 2016;Frey and Moretti 2019). As a consequence, plant species richness in urban ecosystems can be higher than in non-urban ecosystems (Kühn et al 2004;Knapp et al 2009;Pyšek et al 2010;Faeth et al 2011;Kowarik 2011).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The composition of plant populations in cities is influenced by multiple urban drivers including human management, climate, pollution, land use change and biological invasions (Pyšek et al 2010;Kowarik 2011;Lososová et al 2012;Aronson et al 2016;Piana et al 2019;Swan et al 2021). In contrast to rural regions, cities are characterized by high habitat heterogeneity including novel urban habitats with great potential for biodiversity (Kowarik 2011;Swan et al 2021), encompassing parks (Fischer et al 2016;Vojík et al 2020), cemeteries (Kowarik et al 2016;Löki et al 2019), urban woodlands (Trentanovi et al 2013;Kowarik et al 2019), wastelands (Bonthoux et al 2014), railways (Westermann et al 2011) and gardens (Thompson et al 2003;Loram et al 2008;Pergl et al 2016;Frey and Moretti 2019). As a consequence, plant species richness in urban ecosystems can be higher than in non-urban ecosystems (Kühn et al 2004;Knapp et al 2009;Pyšek et al 2010;Faeth et al 2011;Kowarik 2011).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%