Data from: Cascading ecological effects of landscape moderated arthropod diversity

Jeffrey R. Smith & Oswald J. Schmitz
Understanding the mechanisms regulating the diversity and distribution of arthropods is essential to understanding food web interactions and ecosystem functioning. Local arthropod diversity is known to be linked to features of surrounding landscapes, including the area of human-developed land. Yet, how such landscape moderation of diversity affects processes within local sites remains understudied. We report on a study that 1) measured the impacts of human development surrounding old-field habitats of arthropods on arthropod food web...
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