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Species richness and composition differ in response to landscape and biogeography: data from Stockholm (outer) Archipelago (Baltic Sea), summer months 2009-2010.

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posted on 22.11.2018 by Elsa Aggemyr, Alistair G Auffret, Love Jädergård, Sara Cousins
Data for "Species richness and composition differ in response to landscape and biogeography" by Aggemyr, Auffret, Jädergård and Cousins.

The plant survey was conducted during the summers of 2009 and 2010 in the outher archipleago of Stockholm, Baltic Sea. A total of 112 islands are included in the data.

The data includes:
"2009-2010Baltic_explanatoryVariables.csv" - explanatory variables from 112 islands: island area, height, group, distance to mainland, shannon diversity index for habitat heterogeneity, structural connectivity for buffer radii 100, 1000, and 4000 metres, and also geographical position in WGS84.

"2009-2010Baltic_speciesComposition.csv" - a matrix of species presence/absence on each island.

"2009-2010Baltic_speciesRichness.csv" - number of species on each island.

"2009-2010Baltic_lifeFormClassification.csv" - species classified into four different life forms.

"2009-2010Baltic_map.jpg" - a map illustrating Stockholm archipelago, Baltic Sea, and the surveyed islands.

"2009-2010Baltic_readMe.txt" - a more detailed file description.

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Funding

Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial planning (FORMAS)

Ahlmanns Scholarship found

Lagrelius Scholarship found

Albert and Maria Bergströms foundation

the strategic research program EkoKlim (now Bolin Center for Climate research) at Stockholm University

History

Original title

Species richness and composition differ in response to landscape and biogeography

Original language

English

Associated Publication

Aggemyr E, Auffret AG, Jädergård L, Cousins SAO 2018. Species richness and composition differ in response to landscape and biogeography. doi:10.1007/s10980-018-0742-9

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