Data from: Taxonomic and numerical sufficiency in depth- and salinity-controlled marine paleocommunities

Zuschin M, Nawrot R, Harzhauser M, Mandic O, Tomašových A

Date Published: November 1, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r7s92

 

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Description Rank abundance distributions for habitats at three taxonomic levels
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Description Evenness and species richness of the four habitats at three taxonomic levels.
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Description Distribution of p-values from Mantel test for Spearman correlation between dissimilarity matrices representing different taxonomic and numerical levels. A-C, Correlation between taxonomic levels at different numerical resolutions. D-F, Correlation between proportional abundance data and higher levels of numerical transformation. Filled points represent median p-values across 1000 subsampling iterations, empty points are outliers that lie beyond 1.5 times the interquartile range from the upper quartile.
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Description NMDS ordination of a double-standardized subsample of the total dataset comparing individual habitats along the depth- and salinity gradient for species and families using proportional abundances and presence/absence data. Environmental assignment of samples: estuarine intertidal – black points, estuarine subtidal – red squares, marine intertidal – green diamonds, marine subtidal – blue triangles.
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Description Effect of taxonomic aggregation and numerical transformation on NMDS ordination patterns in the total non-standardized dataset. Results for square-root and fourth-root transformed proportions were omitted for clarity and showed patterns intermediate between proportional and presence/absence data. Environmental assignment of samples: estuarine intertidal – black points, estuarine subtidal – red squares, marine intertidal – green diamonds, marine subtidal – blue triangles.
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Description Distribution of p-values from PERMANOVA comparing molluscan assemblages along the depth- and salinity gradients at different levels of taxonomic aggregation and numerical resolution. A, In the total dataset (all four habitats considered) B, Along environmental gradients (pairwise comparisons of habitats). Filled points represent median P-values across 1000 subsampling iterations, thick lines denote interquartile range (IQR), whiskers (thin lines) encompass data points scattered less than 1.5 times the IQR from the lower and upper quartile and outliers are marked as empty points.
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Zuschin M, Nawrot R, Harzhauser M, Mandic O, Tomašových A (2017) Taxonomic and numerical sufficiency in depth- and salinity-controlled marine paleocommunities. Paleobiology 43(03): 463-478. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/pab.2016.49

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Zuschin M, Nawrot R, Harzhauser M, Mandic O, Tomašových A (2017) Data from: Taxonomic and numerical sufficiency in depth- and salinity-controlled marine paleocommunities. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.r7s92
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