Data from: Isotopic niches of tropical birds reduced by anthropogenic impacts: A 100-year perspective

Ana B. Navarro, Marcelo Magioli, Juliano A. Bogoni, Luís F. Silveira, Marcelo Z. Moreira, Eduardo R. Alexandrino, Daniela T. A. Luz, Wesley R. Silva, Marco A. Pizo, Vanessa C. Oliveira & Katia M. P. M. B. Ferraz
The intensification of land use changes in tropical forests during the 20th century, mainly caused by deforestation for agricultural uses, had an overwhelming influence on bird assemblages. However, how these historical anthropogenic changes have impacted the habitat use and diet of tropical birds is poorly known. Stable isotope analysis (δ13C and δ15N) can be useful in this regard since it provides information not only on the habitat and food resource use but also insights on...
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