Data from: A spatial theory for characterizing predator–multiprey interactions in heterogeneous landscapes

Daniel Fortin, Pietro-Luciano Buono, Oswald J. Schmitz, Nicolas Courbin, Chrystel Losier, Martin-Hugues St-Laurent, Pierre Drapeau, Sandra Heppell, Claude Dussault, Vincent Brodeur & Julien Mainguy
Trophic interactions in multiprey systems can be largely determined by prey distributions. Yet, classic predator–prey models assume spatially homogeneous interactions between predators and prey. We developed a spatially informed theory that predicts how habitat heterogeneity alters the landscape-scale distribution of mortality risk of prey from predation, and hence the nature of predator interactions in multiprey systems. The theoretical model is a spatially explicit, multiprey functional response in which species-specific advection–diffusion models account for the response...
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