Data from: Explaining global variation in the latitudinal diversity gradient: meta-analysis confirms known patterns and uncovers new ones

Nicole L. Kinlock, Lisa Prowant, Emily M. Herstoff, Catherine M. Foley, Morodoluwa Akin-Fajiye, Mihir Umarani, Hae Yeong Ryu, Bilgecan Şen, Jessica Gurevitch & Nicole Bender
Aim: The pattern of increasing biological diversity from high latitudes to the equator [latitudinal diversity gradient (LDG)] has been recognized for > 200 years. Empirical studies have documented this pattern across many different organisms and locations. Our goal was to quantify the evidence for the global LDG and the associated spatial, taxonomic and environmental factors. We performed a meta-analysis on a large number of individual LDGs that have been published in the 14 years since...
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