Data from: Trophic structure alters consequences of environmental warming

Volker H.W. Rudolf, Amber Roman & Volker H. W. Rudolf
Climate warming can directly affect traits and demographic rates of organisms. However, individuals are embedded in complex networks of ecological interactions with other members of the community, allowing for a range of direct and indirect effects that depend on the trophic structure of the community. Here we show that effects of warming (i.e. increase in mean temperature) on a given species can strongly depend on the community context and trophic complexity of the system. Specifically,...
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