Data from: Using a newly introduced framework to measure ecological stressor interactions

Elif Tekin, Eleanor Diamant, Mauricio Cruz-Loya, Vivien Enriquez, Nina Singh, Van Savage & Pamela Yeh
Understanding how stressors combine to affect population abundances and trajectories is a fundamental ecological problem with increasingly important implications worldwide. Generalizations about interactions among stressors are challenging due to different categorization methods and how stressors vary across species and systems. Here, we propose using a newly introduced framework to analyze data from the last 25 years on ecological stressor interactions, e.g. combined effects of temperature, salinity, and nutrients on population survival and growth. We contrast...
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