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Explaining species diversity in a fractal world

Deakin University
Dr Rebecca Lester (Associated with, Aggregated by)
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We investigated emergent rock (ER)  distributions from two sets of streams in SE Scotland and SE Australia. ER were counted and channel morphology noted in contiguous 5-m segments along the study lengths (685 - 1000 m of each stream). ER of the Scottish streams were originally surveyed by Lancaster et al. [2010]  and the Australian streams were surveyed during the Austral summer (December - February) of 2016/17. ER were defined as any rock protruding above the water surface, with a maximum b-dimension (width, perpendicular to longest axis) of at least 5 cm and in at least 5 cm of water. These surveys were carried out at or near summer base flow.Lancaster, J., B. J. Downes, and A. Arnold (2010), Environmental constraints on oviposition limit egg supply of a stream insect at multiple scales, Oecologia, 163(2), 373-384.  

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IDENTIFIER: 10.26187/vc51-mx85

Data time period: 26 02 2016 to 25 02 2020

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Spatial Coverage And Location

text: Snobs Creek, AU (Australia/Melbourne)

text: Steavenson River

text: Little River, AU (Australia/Melbourne)

text: Kelphope Burn, GB (Europe/London)

text: Faseny Water, GB (Europe/London)

text: Dye Water, GB (Europe/London)

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