Data from: Multi-scale drivers of community diversity and composition across tidal heights: an example on temperate seaweed communities

Marine Robuchon, Myriam Valero, Eric Thiébaut & Line Le Gall
1. Despite recent advances in understanding community assembly processes, appreciating how these processes vary across multiple spatial scales and environmental gradients remains a crucial issue in ecology. 2. This study aimed to disentangle the drivers of diversity and composition of seaweed communities through a gradient of spatial scales based on a hierarchical sampling design consisting of 19 sites distributed in four sectors along the Brittany coastline. Using randomised community matrices and Moran’s eigenvector maps (MEMs),...
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