Data from: Biodiversity change is uncoupled from species richness trends: consequences for conservation and monitoring

Hillebrand H, Blasius B, Borer ET, Chase JM, Downing J, Eriksson BK, Filstrup CT, Harpole WS, Hodapp D, Larsen S, Lewandowska AM, Seabloom EW, Van de Waal DB, Ryabov AB

Date Published: June 20, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1sd59

 

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Title Data for turnover analysis
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Description The file contains three data sets used for calculating species turnover. This includes data on marine phytoplankton (DUTCH), freshwater phytoplankton (IOWA) and terrestrial grassland vegetation (NUTNET). Each data set contains an identifier for the monitored ecosystem (StationID) and the the relative proportion of species of average annual biomass for each year (column year). Species are numbered from S1 to SX. Please note that for the grassland data, % cover is given instead of proportions.
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Hillebrand H, Blasius B, Borer ET, Chase JM, Downing J, Eriksson BK, Filstrup CT, Harpole WS, Hodapp D, Larsen S, Lewandowska AM, Seabloom EW, Van de Waal DB, Ryabov AB (2017) Biodiversity change is uncoupled from species richness trends: consequences for conservation and monitoring. Journal of Applied Ecology, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12959

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Hillebrand H, Blasius B, Borer ET, Chase JM, Downing J, Eriksson BK, Filstrup CT, Harpole WS, Hodapp D, Larsen S, Lewandowska AM, Seabloom EW, Van de Waal DB, Ryabov AB (2017) Data from: Biodiversity change is uncoupled from species richness trends: consequences for conservation and monitoring. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.1sd59
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