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Appendices

Appendix A: A table presenting the steps used to create a set of principal coordinates of neighbor matrices (PCNM) variables and a figure showing a schematic description of PCNM analysis.
Ecological Archives E085-050-A1.

Appendix B: A figure and two tables showing results of the analysis of the Amazonian fern data.
Ecological Archives E085-050-A2.

Appendix C: Three figures and a table showing results of the analysis of the zooplankton data from Guadeloupe.
Ecological Archives E085-050-A3.

Appendix D: A figure showing results of the analysis of the chlorophyll a from the Thau lagoon.
Ecological Archives E085-050-A4.

Appendix E: Five figures showing results of the analysis of the oribatid mites from St-Hippolyte, Québec.
Ecological Archives E085-050-A5.

Supplement

Supplement 1 : Data used in the four applications of principal coordinates of neighbor matrices (PCNM) analysis: abundance of ferns, transect coordinates, and environmental variables (Peru); biomass of zooplankton, transect coordinates, and environmental variables (Guadeloupe); chlorophyll a and spatial coordinates (Thau, France); and oribatid mite species counts, spatial coordinates, and environmental variables (St-Hippolyte, Québec).
Ecological Archives E085-050-S1.

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