Data from: A test of trophic and functional island biogeography theory with the avifauna of a continental archipelago

Samuel R. P-J. Ross, Nicholas R. Friedman, Julia Janicki & Evan P. Economo
1. The classical MacArthur-Wilson theory of island biogeography (TIB) emphasizes the role of island area and isolation in determining island biotas, but is neutral with respect to species differences that could affect community assembly and persistence. Recent extensions of island biogeography theory address how functional differences among species may lead to non-random community assembly processes and different diversity-area scaling patterns. First, the trophic TIB considers how diversity scaling varies across trophic position in a community,...
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