Data from: Sampling effects drive the species-area relationship in lake zooplankton

Leana Gooriah & Jonathan Chase
The Island Species-Area relationship (ISAR) describes how the numbers of species increases with increasing size of an island (or island-like habitat, such as lakes), and is one of the oldest laws in ecology. Despite its conceptual importance, there remains a great deal of ambiguity regarding the ISAR and its underlying processes. We compiled data from sampled zooplankton assemblages from several hundred lakes in North America and Europe to examine the influence of the three main...
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