Data from: Landscape history confounds the ability of the NDVI to detect fine-scale variation in grassland communities

Oskar Löfgren, Honor C. Prentice, Thomas Moeckel, Barbara C. Schmid & Karin Hall
1. The NDVI is a remotely-sensed vegetation index that is frequently used in ecological studies. There is, however, a lack of studies that evaluate the ability of the NDVI to detect fine-scale variation in grassland plant community composition and species richness. Ellenberg indicators characterize the environmental preferences of plant species – and community-mean Ellenberg values have been used to explore the environmental drivers of community assembly. 2. We used variation partitioning to test the ability...
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