Data from: Robustness of habitat-based surrogates of animal diversity: a multi-taxa comparison over time

Philip S. Barton, Martin J. Westgate, Peter W. Lane, Christopher MacGregor & David B. Lindenmayer
Many animal taxa respond strongly to spatial and temporal variation in vegetation structure and floristic composition, suggesting that changes in vegetation could be a cheap and readily observable surrogate for changes in animal assemblages. Yet there is considerable uncertainty about how different taxa respond to vegetation over time, potentially limiting the application of habitat-based surrogates to many areas of applied ecology. We examined the strength and temporal consistency of habitat-based surrogates of three different vertebrate...
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