Data from: Apex predator suppression is linked to restructuring of ecosystems via multiple ecological pathways

Viyanna Leo, Richard P. Reading, Christopher Gordon & Mike Letnic
Removal of apex predators can drive ecological regime shifts owing to compensatory positive and negative population level responses by organisms at lower trophic levels. Despite evidence that apex predators can influence ecosystems though multiple ecological pathways, most studies investigating apex predators’ effects on ecosystems have considered just one pathway in isolation. Here, we provide evidence that lethal control of an apex predator, the dingo (Canis dingo), drives shifts in the structure of Australia’s tropical-savannah ecosystems....
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