Data from: Indirect effects of global change accumulate to alter plant diversity but not ecosystem function in alpine tundra

Emily Farrer, Isabel Ashton, Marko Spasojevic, Shiyang Fu, David Gonzalez, Katharine Suding, Emily C. Farrer, David J. X. Gonzalez, Katharine N. Suding & Marko J. Spasojevic
1. Environmental change can affect species directly by altering their physical environment and indirectly by altering the abundance of interacting species. A key challenge at the interface of community ecology and conservation biology is to predict how direct and indirect effects combine to influence response in a changing environment. In particular, little is known about how direct and indirect effects on biodiversity develop over time or their potential to influence ecosystem function. 2. We studied...
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