Data from: Multi-scaled drivers of ecosystem state: quantifying the importance of the regional spatial scale

Kendra S. Cheruvelil, Patricia A. Soranno, Katherine E. Webster & Mary T. Bremigan
The regional spatial scale is a vital linkage for the informed extrapolation of results from local to continental scales to address broad-scale environmental problems. Among-region variation in ecosystem state is commonly accounted for by using a regionalization framework, such as an ecoregion classification. Rarely have alternative regionalization frameworks been tested for variables measuring ecosystem state, nor have the underlying relationships with the variables that are used to define them been assessed. In this study, we...
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