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Additional file 1 of Land use and soil characteristics affect soil organisms differently from above-ground assemblages

Victoria J. Burton, Sara Contu, Adriana De Palma, Samantha L. L. Hill, Harald Albrecht, James S. Bone, Daniel Carpenter, Ronald Corstanje, Pallieter De Smedt, Mark Farrell, Helen V. Ford, Lawrence N. Hudson, Kelly Inward, David T. Jones, Agnieszka Kosewska, Nancy F. Lo-Man-Hung, Tibor Magura, Christian Mulder, Maka Murvanidze, Tim Newbold, Jo Smith, Andrew V. Suarez, Sasha Suryometaram, Béla Tóthmérész, Marcio Uehara-Prado … & Andy Purvis
Additional file 1. Contains Tables S1-S4 and Figures S1-S6, providing further information on data sources, model structures and results of sensitivity analyses.

Additional file 1 of Land use and soil characteristics affect soil organisms differently from above-ground assemblages

Victoria J. Burton, Sara Contu, Adriana De Palma, Samantha L. L. Hill, Harald Albrecht, James S. Bone, Daniel Carpenter, Ronald Corstanje, Pallieter De Smedt, Mark Farrell, Helen V. Ford, Lawrence N. Hudson, Kelly Inward, David T. Jones, Agnieszka Kosewska, Nancy F. Lo-Man-Hung, Tibor Magura, Christian Mulder, Maka Murvanidze, Tim Newbold, Jo Smith, Andrew V. Suarez, Sasha Suryometaram, Béla Tóthmérész, Marcio Uehara-Prado … & Andy Purvis
Additional file 1. Contains Tables S1-S4 and Figures S1-S6, providing further information on data sources, model structures and results of sensitivity analyses.

Data from: The present and future effects of land use on ecological assemblages in tropical grasslands and savannas in Africa

Tim Newbold, Elizabeth H. Boakes, Samantha L.L. Hill, Michael B.J. Harfoot & Ben Collen
The world is currently experiencing a period of rapid, human-driven biodiversity loss. Over the past decade, numerous metrics for biodiversity have been used to create indicators to track change in biodiversity. However, our ability to predict future changes has been limited. In this study, we use two very different models to predict the status and possible futures for the composition and diversity of ecological assemblages in African tropical grasslands and savannas under land-use change. We...

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