Data from: Does primary productivity modulate the indirect effects of large herbivores? A global meta-analysis

Joshua H. Daskin & Robert M. Pringle
1. Indirect effects of large mammalian herbivores (LMH), while much less studied than those of apex predators, are increasingly recognized to exert powerful influences on communities and ecosystems. The strength of these effects is spatiotemporally variable, and several sets of authors have suggested that they are governed in part by primary productivity. However, prior theoretical and field studies have generated conflicting results and predictions, underscoring the need for a synthetic global analysis. 2. We conducted...
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