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Supplement 3: Data on bryophytes and vascular plants in Carpathian spring meadows.
Ecological Archives E085-022-S3
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Description
Literature cited


Authors for correspondence

Michal Hájek
Department of Botany
Faculty of Science
Masaryk University
Kotláská 2
CZ-611 37 Brno
Czech Republic
E-mail: hajek@sci.muni.cz

Petr Hekera
Department of Ecology
Faculty of Science
Palacký University
Svobody 26
CZ-771 46 Olomouc
Czech Republic
E-mail: hekera@prfholnt.upol.cz


File list

dataHajek.zip -- zip file of the next three data files from Hájek et al. (2002) on 70 Carpathian spring meadows (all comma- separated ASCII text files).

bryophytes.txt -- data on 30 bryophyte species (occuring 5 or more times).
vasc_plants.txt -- data on 123 vascular plant species (occuring 5 or more times).
chemistry.txt -- data on 14 water chemistry variables and slope.

Description

The file dataHajek.zip contains three comma-separated ASCII text files containing data from Hájek et al. (2002) used to illustrate co-correspondence analysis in the subsection Bryophytes and vascular plants in Carpathian spring meadows. The data consist of 70 spring meadows (sites) and a subset of species, namely those occurring five or more times. The (abbreviated) names for columns (variables) in each file are given in the first line of each file, separated by commas. Each row starts with the site name.

The first 12 variables the in file chemistry.txt are concentrations and are log-transformed before the analysis in the paper.

Literature cited

Hájek, M., P. Hekera, and P. Hájková. 2002. Spring fen vegetation and water chemistry in the Western Carpathian flysch zone. Folia geobotanica 37:205–224.



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