Data from: Comparative impacts of long-term trends in snowmelt and species interactions on plant population dynamics

Diane Campbell, Diane Campbell, Mary Price, Nick Waser, Rebecca Irwin & Alison Brody
Climate change can impact plant fitness and population persistence directly through changing abiotic conditions and indirectly through its effects on species interactions. Pollination and seed predation are important biotic interactions that can impact plant fitness, but their impact on population growth rates relative to the role of direct climatic effects is unknown. We combined 13 years of experiments on pollen limitation of seed set and pre-dispersal seed predation in Ipomopsis aggregata, a subalpine wildflower, with...
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