Data from: Insectivorous birds reduce herbivory but do not increase mangrove growth across productivity zones

Alexander Forde, Ilka Feller, John Parker & Daniel Gruner
Top-down effects of predators and bottom-up effects of resources are important drivers of community structure and function in a wide array of ecosystems. Fertilization experiments impose variation in resource availability that can mediate the strength of predator impacts, but the prevalence of such interactions across natural productivity gradients is less clear. We studied the joint impacts of top-down and bottom-up factors in a tropical mangrove forest system, leveraging fine-grained patchiness in resource availability and primary...
1 citation reported since publication in 2021.
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