Data from: Native species dispersal reduces community invasibility by increasing species richness and biotic resistance

Howeth JG

Date Published: August 8, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.g6s5j

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Title Howeth_JAE2017_Treatment_Assignments
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Description Dispersal rate and invader (Daphnia lumholtzi) source region treatment assignments for each of the 48 mesocosms in the experiment. In the Dryad raw data files associated with this publication, these treatment combinations are conserved by mesocosm number.
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Title Howeth_JAE2017_Zooplankton_Density
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Description Zooplankton species density (number per liter) by mesocosm and sample date.
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Title Howeth_JAE2017_Native_Zooplankton_Biomass
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Description Native zooplankton biomass (µg per liter) by mesocosm and sample date.
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Title Howeth_JAE2017_Immigrant_Zooplankton_Density
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Description Native zooplankton immigrant density by species (number per liter), date of immigration (dispersal), and dispersal rate treatment (L, low; M, moderate).
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Title Howeth_JAE2017_In_Vivo_Fluorescence
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Description Total and edible (<35µm) in vivo fluorescence by mesocosm and sample date.
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Title Howeth_JAE2017_Dissolved_Oxygen
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Description Dissolved oxygen (mg per L) concentrations in the morning (AM) and evening (PM) by mesocosm and sample date.
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Title Howeth_JAE2017_Nutrients
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Description Nutrients measured at the end of the experiment by mesocosm. Total nitrogen (TN), total dissolved nitrogen (TDN), total phosphorus (TP), and total dissolved phosphorus (TDP) concentrations reported in mg per L.
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Title Howeth_JAE2017_Temperature
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Description Mesocosm water temperature (degrees Celsius) recorded every four hours by each of the two data loggers in the experiment.
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Title Howeth_JAE2017_Chlorophyll_Conversion
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Description In vivo fluorescence and extracted chlorophyll a data used to generate a regression equation representing the statistical relationship between the two variables. The regression equation was subsequently used to convert in vivo fluorescence to extracted chlorophyll a values in the experiment. Data were sourced from 11 ponds located in the Oakmulgee District, Talladega National Forest, Alabama. Pond name, geographic coordinates, sample date, replicate in vivo fluorescence values (total fluorescence), and extracted chlorophyll a (µg per L) values are reported.
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Title Howeth_JAE2017_Source_Region_Lake_Data
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Description Abiotic conditions of lakes representing the core, midrange, and peripheral source regions of the introduced North American geographic range of Daphnia lumholtzi. Lake name, geographic coordinates, sample date, specific conductivity (mS), total nitrogen (TN, mg per L), total phosphorus (TP, mg per L), and water temperature (depth-integrated average of the epilimnion, in degrees Celsius) are reported.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Howeth JG (2017) Native species dispersal reduces community invasibility by increasing species richness and biotic resistance. Journal of Animal Ecology 86(6): 1380-1393. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12733

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Howeth JG (2017) Data from: Native species dispersal reduces community invasibility by increasing species richness and biotic resistance. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.g6s5j
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