Data from: A multivariate test of disease risk reveals conditions leading to disease amplification

Fletcher W. Halliday, Robert W. Heckman, Peter A. Wilfhart, Charles E. Mitchell & Peter A. Wilfahrt
Theory predicts that increasing biodiversity will dilute the risk of infectious diseases under certain conditions and will amplify disease risk under others. Yet, few empirical studies demonstrate amplification. This contrast may occur because few studies have considered the multivariate nature of disease risk, which includes richness and abundance of parasites with different transmission modes. By combining a multivariate statistical model developed for biodiversity–ecosystem–multifunctionality with an extensive field manipulation of host (plant) richness, composition and resource...
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