Data from: Drought intensification drives turnover of structure and function in stream invertebrate communities

Thomas W.H. Aspin, Thomas J. Matthews, Kieran Khamis, Alexander M. Milner, Zining Wang, Matthew J. O'Callaghan, Mark E. Ledger & Thomas W. H. Aspin
Climatic extremes are becoming more frequent and intense across much of the globe, potentially transforming the biodiversity and functioning of affected ecosystems. In freshwaters, hydrological extremes such as drought can regulate beta diversity, acting as powerful environmental filters to dictate the complement of species and functional traits found at local and landscape scales. New methods that enable beta diversity and its functional equivalent to be partitioned into turnover (replacement of species/functions) and nestedness-resultant (gain/loss of...
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