10.1371/journal.pone.0111883.t002
Pedro Giovâni da Silva
Malva Isabel Medina Hernández
Partitioning of variation in dung beetle communities at three spatial scales using redundancy analysis on composition, abundance and biomass.
2014
Public Library of Science
heterogeneity
sample dung beetles
dung beetle communities
species dispersal ability
beta diversity
site
2014-10-30 04:01:33
article
https://plos.figshare.com/articles/_Partitioning_of_variation_in_dung_beetle_communities_at_three_spatial_scales_using_redundancy_analysis_on_composition_abundance_and_biomass_/1223767
<p>E: environmental model, S: spatial model, constructed from MEM variables, E | S: environmental model without spatial patterns within each spatial scale, S | E: spatial model without environmental patterns within each spatial scale, R<sup>2</sup><sub>adj</sub>: data variation explained by the model (values are in percentage), DF: degrees of freedom of model. Significant models are in bold.</p>a<p>Environmental model constructed from the altitude variable; <sup>b</sup>Spatial model constructed from the MEM1 and MEM2 variables; <sup>c</sup>Spatial model constructed from the MEM4, MEM9, MEM5, MEM3, and MEM1 variables; <sup>d</sup>Spatial model constructed from all MEM variables; <sup>e</sup>Environmental model constructed from the altitude, green cover and land slope variables; <sup>f</sup>Spatial model constructed from the MEM1 variable; <sup>g</sup>Spatial model constructed from the MEM4, MEM9, MEM3, MEM7, MEM1, MEM2, and MEM5 variables; <sup>h</sup>constructed from the MEM4, MEM3, MEM2, MEM5, MEM7, and MEM1 variables.</p><p>Partitioning of variation in dung beetle communities at three spatial scales using redundancy analysis on composition, abundance and biomass.</p>