Data from: Warming reduces the effects of enrichment on stability and functioning across levels of organization in an aquatic microbial ecosystem

Tabi A, Petchey O, Pennekamp F

Date Published: April 16, 2019

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5470b62

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Description Data file contains biomass data for all species and the area measurement for Colpidium and Dexiostoma. Column descriptions: - samplingday: number of days - temp_treat: temperature treatment - nutrient_treat: nutrient treatment - label: label of the microcosm - species: species in the experiment - treatment: temperature and nutrient treatment combination - Total_BM: total biomass of the microcosm which is the sum of the biomass of bacteria and the protist species - BM: species biomass - Relative_BM: relative biomass calculated as the species biomass divided by the total biomass - mean_area: area of the species measured with video processing techniques (R package BEMOVI (version 1.0.2)).
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Tabi A, Petchey OL, Pennekamp F (2019) Warming reduces the effects of enrichment on stability and functioning across levels of organisation in an aquatic microbial ecosystem. Ecology Letters. https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13262

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Tabi A, Petchey O, Pennekamp F (2019) Data from: Warming reduces the effects of enrichment on stability and functioning across levels of organization in an aquatic microbial ecosystem. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.5470b62
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