Data from: Is biodiversity energy-limited or unbounded? A test in fossil and modern bivalves

McClain C, Heim N, Knope M, Payne J

Date Published: January 3, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v5978

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Title Pacific and Atlantic Marine Bivalve Range and Sizes
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Description Dataset of Pacific and Atlantic marine bivalve data gathered from published literature including biogeographic range (latitude, longitude, depth), body size, taxonomy, and an estimate of particulate organic carbon over the species geographic range.
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Title Atlantic Deep-Sea Bivalves
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Description Biogeographic and ecological data for deep-sea bivalves. Location data based on Allen (2008). Read McClain et al. (2011) for more details (doi: 10.1098/rspb.2011.2166)
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Title Ecological modes of fossil bivalve genera
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Description This data set contains ecological modes of life assigned to fossil bivalve genera with stage-level resolution first and last appearance dates.
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