Data from: Artificial lighting at night alters aquatic-riparian invertebrate food webs

S. Mažeika P. Sullivan, Katie Hossler & Lars A. Meyer
Artificial lighting at night (ALAN) is a global phenomenon that can be detrimental to organisms at individual and population levels, yet potential consequences for communities and ecosystem functions are less resolved. Riparian systems may be particularly vulnerable to ALAN. We investigated the impacts of ALAN on invertebrate community composition and food-web characteristics for linked aquatic-terrestrial ecosystems. We focused on food-chain length (FCL) - a central property of ecological communities that can influence their structure, function...
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