Data from: Resource competition across habitat boundaries asymmetric interactions between benthic and pelagic producers

Christoph Gerald Jäger & Sebastian Diehl
In shallow aquatic systems benthic and pelagic primary producers typically compete for light and nutrients along opposing vertical supply axes pelagic algae shade the benthic habitat; conversely, benthic algae intercept the nutrient flux from the sediment to the pelagic habitat. We present a general framework for analyzing such spatially asymmetric resource competition across habitat boundaries using a mechanistic, dynamical model. We visualize the mechanisms determining the outcome of these cross-habitat interactions using zero-net-growth-isoclines, resource supply...
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