Data from: Contrasting trait assembly patterns in plant and bird communities along environmental and human-induced land-use gradients

Elena D. Concepción, Lars Götzenberger, Michael P. Nobis, Francesco De Bello, Martin K. Obrist & Marco Moretti
Human-driven environmental changes can induce marked shifts in the functional structure of biological communities with possible repercussion on important ecosystem functions and services. At the same time it remains unclear to which extent these changes may differently affect various types of organisms. We investigated species richness and community functional structure of species assemblages at the landscape scale (1km2 plots) for two contrasting model taxa, i.e., plants (producers and sessile organisms) and birds (consumers and mobile...
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