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Jennings et al_2022_data_2022-03-20

Oliver Lechtenfeld
Processed and quality checked FT-ICR MS data for original (nEx) and PPL extracted (Ex), as well as non-ozonated (nOz) and ozonated (Oz) DOM from a waste water treatment plant sample. Sampling and measurement conditions are described in the companion paper (Jennings et al. 2022, doi:10.1021/acs.est.1c04310). Direct infusion (DI) and LC-FTICR MS data are included. For LC data, the segment numbe (Range#) as well as teh retention time range (in min) are indicated.

Plant cover and plant-pollinator interactions in Central European grasslands (Poland/Czech Republic)

Demetra Rakosy, Elena Motivans, Valentin Ştefan, Arkadiusz Nowak, Sebastian Świerszcz, Reinart Feldmann, Elisabeth Kühn, Costanza Geppert, Neeraja Venkataraman, Anna Sobieraj-Betlińska, Anita Grossmann, Wiktoria Rojek, Katarzyna Pochrząst, Magdalena Cielniak, Anika Kirstin Gathof, Kevin Baumann & Tiffany Marie Knight
Complex socio-economic, political and demographic factors have driven the increased conversion of Europe’s semi-natural grasslands to intensive pastures. This trend is particularly strong in some of the most biodiverse regions of the continent, such as Central and Eastern Europe. Intensive grazing is known to decrease species diversity and alter the composition of plant and insect communities. Comparatively little is known, however, about how intensive grazing influences plant functional traits related to pollination and the structure...

Data from: Resource supply and organismal dominance are associated with high secondary production in temperate agricultural streams

Romy Wild, Björn Gücker, Markus Weitere & Mario Brauns
Agricultural land use affects the environmental and biological characteristics of stream ecosystems through multiple pathways including nutrient and pesticide contamination, riparian clear-cutting, and hydromorphological degradation. These changes in the abiotic environment can have a direct effect on the productivity of macroinvertebrate communities through environmental filtering and via altered resource conditions encompassing a shift from allochthonous to autochthonous primary production and changes in elemental stoichiometry and food quality. Additionally, macroinvertebrate productivity can be affected indirectly via...

ISIMIP2b Simulation Data from the Local Lakes Sector

Rafael Marcé, Donald Pierson, Daniel Mercado-Bettin, Wim Thiery, Sebastiano Piccolroaz, Bronwyn Woodward, Richard Iestyn Woolway, Zeli Tan, Georgiy Kirillin, Tom Shatwell, Raoul-Marie Couture, Marianne Côté, Damien Bouffard, Carl Love Mikael Råman Vinnå, Martin Schmid & Jacob Schewe
The Inter-Sectoral Impact Model Intercomparison Project (ISIMIP) provides a framework for the collation of a set of consistent, multi-sector, multi-scale climate-impact simulations, based on scientifically and politically relevant historical and future scenarios. This framework serves as a basis for robust projections of climate impacts, as well as facilitating model evaluation and improvement, allowing for advanced estimates of the biophysical and socio-economic impacts of climate change at different levels of global warming. It also provides a...

StaticFertiliziationExperiment_BadLauchstaedt_1911-1920_SH7_SH8

Ines Merbach
Please read the readme file for detailed information about the experiment and the parameters used

StaticFertiliziationExperiment_BadLauchstaedt_1902-2014_SH2_SH3_SH6_SH7

Ines Merbach
Please read the readme file for detailed information about the experiment and the parameters used

DE-HoH_HH2022_ICOS_Eddy_raw_DOY032-DOY059

Corinna Rebmann
ICOS-Eddy-Rawdata 2022 (*.ghg) Hohes Holz DoY032 - DoY059 (February 2022), acquisition of Gill-HS and LI-7200 in 45m height with Smartflux, ghg-format, data are also sent to ICOS Carbon Portal but in different format

Hohes Holz (DE-HoH) daily averages of spatially distributed soil moisture measurements

Corinna Rebmann & Felix Pohl
Hohes Holz (DE-HoH) daily aggregates of spatially distributed soil moisture Soil water content sensors from a distributed monitoring network (SoilNet-WSN with SPADE sensors, sceme.de GmbH, Germany, Bogena et al., 2010) were originally installed in the frame of a trenching experiment (Marañón-Jiménez et al., 2021) in April 2014 and distributed within a fenced research area considering patches with low and high tree (and thus root) density (21 nodes) for 15 locations. The six sensors of a...

Cross-kingdom interactions and functional patterns of active microbiota matter in governing deadwood decay

Witoon Purahong, Benjawan Tanunchai, Sarah Muszynski, Florian Maurer, Sara Fareed Mohamed Wahdan, Jonas Malter, François Buscot & Matthias Noll
Microbial community members are the primary microbial colonizers and active decomposers of deadwood. This study placed sterilized standardized beech and spruce sapwood specimens on the forest ground of 8 beech- and 8 spruce-dominated forest sites. After 370 days, specimens were assessed for mass loss, nitrogen (N) content and 15N isotopic signature, hydrolytic and lignin-modifying enzyme activities. Each specimen was incubated with bromodeoxyuridine (BrdU) to label metabolically active fungal and bacterial community members, which were assessed...

Red in tooth and claw: A review of animal antagonistic roles in movies

Michele Chiacchio & Alessandro Pigoni
1. Although cinema narrative represents a fundamental communication tool in framing public opinion, whether or not a negative representation of certain species in the context of animal-horror movies might increase the attitudinal hostilities toward them, remains an aspect of wildlife perception that is poorly studied. 2. Here, we reviewed online sources from the last 70 years to describe the negative representation of animals roles in horror and disaster movies. Specifically, we described species diversity, how...

Am Großen Bruch, HySpex VNIR ATCOR, 2018-05-07, 2019-04-23 & TERENO boundaries GPKG

Floris Hermanns
3 different data sets: (1) Hyperspectral data (atmosphere corrected with ATCOR4) of the TERENO site "Am Großen Bruch" (DE-GsB) acquired on 2018-05-07 and 2019-04-23. Only contains data from the HySpex VNIR sensor (400-1000nm, Pixelsize XY 0.16m x 0.32m, Frameperiod 18000µs, Integrationtime 10000). (2) Vector data with bounding boxes of the Bode TERENO sites as a geopackage. (3) Evaluation data set (table) containing subsampled variables derived from the hyperspectral data (vegetation indices), a digital elevation model...

[GDM] HESS publication deseasonalized soil moisture data

Friedrich Boeing
This archive contains deseasonalized soil moisture data at 40 locations from observations and hydrological simulations from mHM used in the publication https://hess.copernicus.org/preprints/hess-2021-402/ We acknowledge the TERENO community and FLUXNET community for providing soil moisture observational data. Special acknowledment goes to Hans-Jörg Vogel (UFZ), René Zahl (UFZ), Christian Hohmann (GFZ), Ingo Heinrich (GFZ) and Falk Böttcher (DWD) for providing soil moisture observations. The TERENO and FLUXNET soil moisture data can be obtained at https://ddp.tereno.net/ddp/ and https://fluxnet.org/,...

StaticFertiliziationExperiment_BadLauchstaedt_1902-2014_SH1_SH2

Ines Merbach
Please read the readme file for detailed information about the experiment and the parameters used

ISIMIP2a Simulation Data from the Regional Forests Sector

Mats Mahnken, Alessio Collalti, Daniela Dalmonech, Carlo Trotta, Volodymyr Trotsiuk, Andrey Lessa Derci Augustynczik, Rasoul Yousefpour, Martin Gutsch, David Cameron, Harald Bugmann, Nica Huber, Timothy Thrippleton, Friedrich Bohn, Daniel Nadal-Sala, Santiago Sabaté, Rüdiger Grote, Annikki Mäkelä, Francesco Minunno, Mikko Peltoniemi, Patrick Vallet, Marek Fabrika, Katarína Merganičová, Iliusi Vega del Valle, Jan Volkholz & Christopher Reyer
The Inter-Sectoral Impact Model Intercomparison Project (ISIMIP) provides a framework for the collation of a set of consistent, multi-sector, multi-scale climate-impact simulations, based on scientifically and politically relevant historical and future scenarios. This framework serves as a basis for robust projections of climate impacts, as well as facilitating model evaluation and improvement, allowing for advanced estimates of the biophysical and socio-economic impacts of climate change at different levels of global warming. It also provides a...

Spatial phylogenetic and phenotypic patterns reveal ontogenetic shifts in ecological processes of plant community assembly

Antonio J. Perea, Thorsten Wiegand, José L. Garrido, Pedro J. Rey & Julio M. Alcantara
The analysis of spatial phylogenetic and phenotypic structure of plant communities provides insight into the underlying processes and interactions governing their assembly, and how these may change during plant ontogeny. We used point pattern analysis to find out if saplings and adult plants are surrounded by phylogenetically and phenotypically more similar or dissimilar neighbours than expected by chance, and whether these associations change from the sapling to the adult stage. To this end, we combined...

Flying insect biomass is negatively associated with urban cover in surrounding landscapes

Cecilie Svenningsen, Diana Bowler, Susanne Hecker, Jesper Bladt, Volker Grescho, Nicole Van Dam, Jens Dauber, David Eichenberg, Rasmus Ejrnæs, Camilla Fløjgaard, Mark Frenzel, Tobias Frøslev, Anders Hansen, Jacob Heilmann-Clausen, Yuanyuan Huang, Jonas Larsen, Juliana Menger, Nur Liyana Nayan, Lene Pedersen, Anett Richter, Robert Dunn, Anders Tøttrup & Aletta Bonn
Aim In this study, we assessed the importance of local to landscape-scale effects of land cover and land use on flying insect biomass. Our main prediction was that insect biomass would be lower within more intensely used land, especially in urban areas and farmland. Location Denmark and parts of Germany. Methods We used rooftop-mounted car nets in a citizen science project (‘InsectMobile’) to allow for large-scale geographic sampling of flying insects. Citizen scientists sampled insects...

[GDM] HESS publication SMI based drought characteristics, GDM-v1-2016 and GDM-v2-2021 setups

Friedrich Boeing
SMI based drought characteristics; drought intensity and avg. drought area 1952-2020 used in https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-2021-402, GDM-v1-2016 and GDM-v2-2021, SMI in depth 5-25cm and total soil (SM_Lall), Germany per gridcell and aggregated, SM cumulative density function based on 1951 -2015. Reference system and resolution GDM-v1-2016 (EPSG:31468, 4000m) GDM-v2-2021 (EPSG:4326, 0.015625 deg) We kindly acknowledge the German Weather Service (DWD), the European Environmental Agency (EEA), the Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR), the Federal Agency for...

Wang et al_2022_data_2022-03-01

Oliver Lechtenfeld
Processed and quality checked FT-ICR MS data for original and treated DOM from a surface water sample. Sampling and measurement conditions are described in the companion paper (Wang et al 2022, doi:xxx). The data set contains the original (*all) and averaged (*final) samples.

StaticFertiliziationExperiment_BadLauchstaedt_1902-2014_SH7_SH8

Ines Merbach
Please read the readme file for detailed information about the experiment and the parameters used

Eco-evolutionary dynamics modulate plant responses to global change depending on plant diversity and species identity

Peter Dietrich, Jens Schumacher, Nico Eisenhauer & Christiane Roscher
Global change has dramatic impacts on grassland diversity. However, little is known about how fast species can adapt to these changes and how this affects their responses to global change. To close this gap, we performed a common garden experiment testing whether plant responses to global change are influenced by the selection history of the plants and the conditioning history of soil at different levels of plant diversity. Therefore, we collected seeds and took soil...

Reduced genetic diversity of freshwater amphipods in rivers with increased levels of anthropogenic organic micropollutants

Vid Svara, Stefan Michalski, Martin Krauss, Tobias Schulze, Stephan Geuchen, Werner Brack & Till Luckenbach
Anthropogenic chemicals in freshwater environments contribute majorly to ecosystem degradation and biodiversity decline. In particular, anthropogenic organic micropollutants (AOM), a diverse group of compounds including pesticides, pharmaceuticals, and industrial chemicals, can significantly impact freshwater organisms. AOM were found to impact the genetic diversity of freshwater species, however, the degree to which AOM cause changes in population genetic structure and allelic richness of freshwater macroinvertebrates remains poorly understood. Here, the impact of AOM on the genetic...

Dataset: A global synthesis of human impacts on the multifunctionality of streams and rivers

Mario Brauns, Daniel C. Allen, Iola G. Boëchat, Wyatt F. Cross, Verónica Ferreira, Daniel Graeber, Christopher J. Patrick, Marc Peipoch, Daniel Von Schiller & Björn Gücker
Human impacts, particularly nutrient pollution and land-use change, have caused significant declines in the quality and quantity of freshwater resources. Most global assessments have concentrated on species diversity and composition, but effects on the multifunctionality of streams and rivers remain unclear. Here, we analyse the most comprehensive compilation of stream ecosystem functions to date to provide an overview of the responses of nutrient uptake, leaf litter decomposition, ecosystem productivity, and food web complexity to six...

Data from: Grassland type and seasonal effects have a bigger influence on plant functional and taxonomical diversity than prairie dog disturbances in semi-arid grasslands

Maria Gabriela Rodriguez Barrera, Ingolf Kühn, Eduardo Estrada-Castillón & Anna Cord
Prairie dogs (Cynomys sp.) are considered keystone species and ecosystem engineers for their grazing and burrowing activities (summarized here as disturbances). As climate changes and its variability increases, the mechanisms underlying organisms’ interactions with their habitat will likely shift. Understanding the mediating role of prairie dog disturbance on vegetation structure, and its interaction with environmental conditions through time, will increase knowledge on the risks and vulnerability of grasslands. Here, we compared how plant taxonomical diversity,...

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