Data from: Snowbeds are more affected than other subalpine-alpine plant communities by climate change in the Swiss Alps

Matteodo M, Ammann K, Verrecchia EP, Vittoz P

Date Published: September 14, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q82j0

 

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Title Matteodo2016_Freq&Cover change
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Description Species of the six plant communities and their corresponding frequencies in the historical and recent surveys, the difference between recent and historical frequency, the p-value derived from the permutation test on frequency, the mean cover in the historical and recent surveys, the difference of mean cover (recent-historical), and the significance value derived from the permutation test on cover. The latter test was applied only on species with historical and recent frequency values ≥ 25%. Species are ordered firstly by increasing p-values for the frequency test and secondly by increasing p-values for the cover test. Species with significant frequency or mean cover changes are in bold.
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Matteodo M, Ammann K, Verrecchia EP, Vittoz P (2016) Snowbeds are more affected than other subalpine-alpine plant communities by climate change in the Swiss Alps. Ecology and Evolution 6(19): 6969-6982. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ece3.2354

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Matteodo M, Ammann K, Verrecchia EP, Vittoz P (2016) Data from: Snowbeds are more affected than other subalpine-alpine plant communities by climate change in the Swiss Alps. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q82j0
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