Data from: Widespread variation in stable isotope trophic position estimates: patterns, causes, and potential consequences

Mackenzie Kjeldgaard, Jeremy Hewlett & Micky Eubanks
Stable isotope analysis is one of the most widely used techniques to estimate trophic position and provides fundamental insight into the structure and management of ecological communities. To account for the effects of geographic variation in isotope levels, trophic position is typically estimated relative to an isotope “baseline” (i.e., material representing geographic variation) using a methodology such as a formula or statistical analysis. There is, however, remarkable variation in the baselines and methodologies used to...
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