Data from: Experimental test of phytoplankton competition for nutrients and light in poorly mixed water columns

Jarad P. Mellard, Kohei Yoshiyama, Christopher A. Klausmeier & Elena Litchman
A recent theory of the vertical distribution of phytoplankton considers how interacting niche construction processes such as resource depletion, behavior, and population dynamics contribute to spatial heterogeneity in the aquatic environment. In poorly mixed water columns with opposing resource gradients of nutrients and light, theory predicts that a species should aggregate at a single depth. This depth of aggregation, or biomass maximum, should change through time due to depletion of available resources. In addition, the...
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