Data from: Warming alters food web-driven changes in the CO2 flux of experimental pond ecosystems

Atwood TB, Hammill E, Kratina P, Greig HS, Shurin JB, Richardson JS

Date Published: November 6, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1f090

 

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Title Effects of temperature, nutrients and predators on CO2 fluxes and communities in pond mesocosms
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Description This data represents the independent and combined effects of increased temperatures (3 C), nutrient additions, and addition of predators (Three-Spined Stickelback) to carbon dioxide fluxes, primary producers biomass (periphyton + phytoplankton) and consumer biomass in pond mesocosms. Responses were measure after 12 and 16 months from initiation of perturbations. Study took place at the University of British Columbia's (Vancouver, Canada) experimental pond facility in 2010.
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Atwood TB, Hammill E, Kratina P, Greig HS, Shurin JB, Richardson JS (2015) Warming alters food web-driven changes in the CO2 flux of experimental pond ecosystems. Biology Letters 11(12). http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2015.0785

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Atwood TB, Hammill E, Kratina P, Greig HS, Shurin JB, Richardson JS (2015) Data from: Warming alters food web-driven changes in the CO2 flux of experimental pond ecosystems. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1f090
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