Data from: Nutrient release from moose bioturbation in aquatic ecosystems

Joseph K. Bump, Brenda G. Bergman, Amy J. Schrank, Amy M. Marcarelli, Evan S. Kane, Anita C. Risch & Martin Schütz
While the ecological importance of bioturbation is well recognized and the prevalence of aquatic foraging by terrestrial ungulates is increasingly appreciated, research linking how terrestrial ungulates function as disturbance mechanisms via bioturbation in freshwater systems is lacking. The purpose of this study was to quantify potential nutrient pulses released from benthic sediments into the water column when moose Alces alces feed on aquatic plants. We also determined if we could experimentally mimic the benthic disturbance...
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