Data from: Explaining ecological shifts: the roles of temperature and primary production in the long-term dynamics of benthic faunal composition

David S. Clare, Matthew Spencer, Leonie A. Robinson, Christopher L.J. Frid & Christopher L. J. Frid
Predicting the ecological consequences of environmental change requires that we can identify the drivers of long-term ecological variation. Biological assemblages can exhibit abrupt deviations from temporal trends, potentially resulting in irreversible shifts in species composition over short periods of time. Such dynamics are hypothesised to occur as gradual forcing eventually causes biological thresholds to be crossed, but could also be explained by biota simply tracking abrupt changes to their environment. Here, we modelled temporal variation...
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