Data from: The fluctuating world of a tundra predator guild: bottom-up constraints overrule top-down species interactions in winter

Marianne Stoessel, Bodil Elmhagen, Mikael Vinka, Peter Hellström & Anders Angerbjörn
Global warming is predicted to change ecosystem functioning and structure in Arctic ecosystems by strengthening top-down species interactions, i.e. predation pressure on small herbivores and interference between predators. Yet, previous research is biased towards the summer season. Due to greater abiotic constraints, Arctic ecosystem characteristics might be more pronounced in winter. Here we test the hypothesis that top-down species interactions prevail over bottom-up effects in Scandinavian mountain tundra (Northern Sweden) where effects of climate warming...
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