Data from: Recognizing cross-ecosystem responses to changing temperatures: soil warming impacts pelagic food webs

Samuel B. Fey, Andrew N. Mertens, Lucas J. Beversdorf, Katherine D. McMahon & Kathryn L. Cottingham
The energy and materials that move across ecosystem boundaries influence food web structure and key ecosystem functions. Despite the acknowledged importance of such ecological subsidies, surprisingly little information is available regarding the role of environmental temperature in influencing subsidy quality and the response of the recipient ecosystem. We evaluated the impacts of temperature-mediated changes in leaves from deciduous trees, an important subsidy from terrestrial to freshwater ecosystems, on both the producer-based and detritivore-based components of...
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