Data from: Spatial extinction or persistence: landscape-temperature interactions perturb predator-prey dynamics

Jason L. Salt, Celia Bulit, Wei Zhang, Hongli Qi, David J.S. Montagnes & David J. S. Montagnes
Recognising that species interact across a range of spatial scales, we explore how landscape structure interacts with temperature to influence persistence. Specifically, we recognise that few studies indicate thermal shifts as the proximal cause of species extinctions; rather, species interactions exacerbated by temperature result in extinctions. Using microcosm-based experiments, as models of larger landscape processes, we test hypotheses that would be problematic to address through field work. A text-book predator-prey system (the ciliates Didinium and...
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