Partitioning of variation in dung beetle communities at three spatial scales using redundancy analysis on composition, abundance and biomass.
Giovâni da SilvaPedro
Isabel Medina HernándezMalva
2014
<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>