Data from: How habitat-modifying organisms structure the food web of two coastal ecosystems

van der Zee EM, Angelini C, Govers LL, Christianen MJA, Altieri AH, van der Reijden KJ, Silliman BR, van de Koppel J, van der Geest M, van Gils JA, Van der Veer HW, Piersma T, de Ruiter PC, Olff H, van der Heide T

Date Published: February 16, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.22p7r

 

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Title Banc d'Arguin - Masterfile
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Description This file contains the trophic and non-trophic interaction data from all sampling stations (bare, colonising and established) at Banc d'Arguin (seagrass meadows).
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Title Banc d'Arguin - Food webs with habitat modification effects by crabs removed
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Title Banc d'Arguin - Food webs with habitat modification effects by seagrass removed
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Title Banc d'Arguin - Food webs with trophic effects by crabs removed
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Description This file contains matrices from which we removed the burrowing crab (Callinectes) and any species and species exclusively feeding on it.
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Title Banc d'Arguin - Food webs with trophic effects by seagrass removed
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Title Banc d'Arguin - Food webs with trophic effects by the most highly connected species removed
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Title Banc d'Arguin - Relative effects of habitat modifiers and the most highly connected species
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Description File summarising the relative effects of non-trophic facilitation by habitat modifiers and trophic effects by the most highly connected species on food web metrics.
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Title Rhode Island - Masterfile
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Description This file contains the trophic and non-trophic interaction data from all sampling stations (bare, colonising and established) at Rhode Island (salt marshes).
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Title Rhode Island - Food webs with habitat modification effects by ribbed mussels removed
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Title Rhode Island - Food webs with habitat modification effects by cordgrass removed
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Title Rhode Island - Food webs with trophic effects by ribbed mussels removed
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Title Rhode Island - Food webs with trophic effects by cordgrass removed
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Title Rhode Island - Food webs with trophic effects by the most highly connected species removed
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Title Rhode Island - Relative effects of habitat modifiers and the most highly connected species
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van der Zee EM, Angelini C, Govers LL, Christianen MJA, Altieri AH, van der Reijden KJ, Silliman BR, van de Koppel J, van der Geest M, van Gils JA, Van der Veer HW, Piersma T, de Ruiter PC, Olff H, van der Heide T (2016) How habitat-modifying organisms structure the food web of two coastal ecosystems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283(1826): 20152326. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2015.2326

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van der Zee EM, Angelini C, Govers LL, Christianen MJA, Altieri AH, van der Reijden KJ, Silliman BR, van de Koppel J, van der Geest M, van Gils JA, Van der Veer HW, Piersma T, de Ruiter PC, Olff H, van der Heide T (2016) Data from: How habitat-modifying organisms structure the food web of two coastal ecosystems. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.22p7r
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