Data from: Transferability of biotic interactions: temporal consistency of arctic plant-rodent relationships is poor

Eeva M. Soininen, John-Andre Henden, Virve T. Ravolainen, Nigel G. Yoccoz, Kari Anne Brathen, Siw T. Killengreen & Rolf A. Ims
Variability in biotic interaction strength is an integral part of food web functioning. However, the consequences of the spatial and temporal variability of biotic interactions are poorly known, in particular for predicting species abundance and distribution. The amplitude of rodent population cycles (i.e. peak phase abundances) has been hypothesized to be determined by vegetation properties in tundra ecosystems. We assessed the spatial and temporal predictability of food and shelter plants effects on peak phase small...
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