Data from: Size of dominant diatom species can alter their evenness

Sugie K, Suzuki K

Date Published: July 7, 2015



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Description Figure 2. Species accumulation curves of 6 samples obtained during the KH12-3 cruise. Sample information is provided as follows: sample 1: 5 m, 28°00’ N, 138°00’ E; sample 2: 75 m, 32°19’ N, 133°33’ E; sample 3: 43 m, 33°05’ N, 133°40’ E; sample 4: 75 m, 35°00’ N, 160°00’ E; sample 5: 5 m, 43°31’ N, 160°00’ E; sample 2: 75 m, 15°00’ N, 160°00’ E. Figure 3. Relationships between (a) J′ calculated based on abundance (J′cell) and biomass (J′bio), and (b) 2E calculated based on abundance (2Ecell) and biomass (2Ebio). The dotted lines in (a) and (b) represent the 1:1 line. (c) Boxplot of J′bio/J′cell and 2Ebio/2Ecell. The upper and lower lines of the box represent the 75% and 25% values. The middle line in the box and circle represents the median and average of the ratios. Crosses represent maximum and minimum values. The ratio = 1 (dotted line), has the same meaning as the 1:1 line shown in Fig. 3a and 3b. Figure 4. Rank order of (a) biomass and (b) abundance of diatoms from the North Pacific. (a-1) and (b-1) show the rank order (line, left axis) and corresponding equivalent spherical diameter (ESD: dots, right axis). Histograms (lower panels) represent the ESD distribution depending on the dominancy shown in (a-1) and (b-1); data were assembled (a-2) and (b-2) 10–100%, (a-3) and (b-3) 1–10%, (a-4) and (b-4) 0.1–1%, and (a-5) and (b-5) <0.1% groups.
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Sugie K, Suzuki K (2015) Size of dominant diatom species can alter their evenness. PLOS ONE 10(6): e0131454.

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