Data from: Artificial light at night causes top-down and bottom-up trophic effects on invertebrate populations

Jonathan Bennie, Thomas W. Davies, David Cruse, Richard Inger & Kevin J. Gaston
1. Globally, many ecosystems are exposed to artificial light at night. Nighttime lighting has direct biological impacts on species at all trophic levels. However, the effects of artificial light on biotic interactions largely remain to be determined. 2. We exposed experimental mesocosms containing combinations of grassland plants and invertebrate herbivores and predators to illumination at night over a three-year period to simulate conditions under different common forms of street lighting. 3. We demonstrate both top-down...
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