Data from: Direct and indirect effects of landscape and field management intensity on carabids through trophic resources and weeds

Benjamin Carbonne, David A. Bohan, Hana Foffovà, Eirini Daouti, Britta Frei, Veronika Neidel, Pavel Saska, Jiří Skuhrovec & Sandrine Petit
Carabids are important biological control agents of weeds and other pests in agricultural fields. The carabid community is built upon direct and indirect ecological effects of landscape complexity, field management intensity and biotic components that in interaction make any prediction of community size and composition challenging. We analyse a large-scale sample of 60 European cereal fields using Structural Equation Modelling to quantify the direct effects of field management intensity and the surrounding landscape, and their...
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