Data from: Invasive species removal increases species and phylogenetic diversity of wetland plant communities

Shane C. Lishawa, Beth A. Lawrence, Dennis A. Albert, Daniel J. Larkin & Nancy C. Tuchman
Plant invasions result in biodiversity losses and altered ecological functions, though quantifying loss of multiple ecosystem functions presents a research challenge. Plant phylogenetic diversity correlates with a range of ecosystem functions, and can be used as a proxy for ecosystem multifunctionality. Laurentian Great Lakes coastal wetlands are ideal systems for testing invasive species management effects because they support diverse biological communities, provide numerous ecosystem services, and are increasingly dominated by invasive macrophytes. Invasive cattails are...
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