Data from: Life stage and species identity affect whether habitat subsidies enhance or simply redistribute consumer biomass

Danielle A. Keller, Rachel K. Gittman, Rachel K. Bouchillon & F. Joel Fodrie
1. Quantifying the response of mobile consumers to changes in habitat availability is essential for determining the degree to which population-level productivity is habitat limited rather than regulated by other, potentially density-independent factors. 2. Over landscape scales, this can be explored by monitoring changes in density and foraging as habitat availability varies. As habitat availability increases, densities may: (1) decrease (unit-area production decreases; weak habitat limitation); (2) remain stable (unit-area production remains stable; habitat limitation);...
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