Wilco C. E. P. Verberk, David T. Bilton, Piero Calosi, and John I. Spicer. 2011. Oxygen supply in aquatic ectotherms: Partial pressure and solubility together explain biodiversity and size patterns. Ecology 92:1555–1572.


Supplement

Data and formulas used in the analyses on body size and richness.
Ecological Archives
E092-131-S1
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Author(s)

Wilco C.E.P. Verberk
Marine Biology and Ecology Research Centre
School of Marine Science and Engineering, Davy Building, Drake Circus
University of Plymouth, Plymouth
PL4 8AA
United Kingdom
wilco@aquaticecology.nl

David T. Bilton
Marine Biology and Ecology Research Centre
School of Marine Science and Engineering, Davy Building, Drake Circus
University of Plymouth, Plymouth
PL4 8AA
United Kingdom

Piero Calosi
Marine Biology and Ecology Research Centre
School of Marine Science and Engineering, Davy Building, Drake Circus
University of Plymouth, Plymouth
PL4 8AA
United Kingdom

John I. Spicer
Marine Biology and Ecology Research Centre
School of Marine Science and Engineering, Davy Building, Drake Circus
University of Plymouth, Plymouth
PL4 8AA
United Kingdom


File list

Verberk body size.xls
Verberk body size.csv
Verberk richness.xls
Verberk richness.csv

Description

[Please be aware that ESA cannot guarantee the forward migration (availability) of the Excel (.xls) files]

Verberk body size.xls gives all the data and formulae used to analyze the relationship between amphipod body size and clines in environmental conditions purportedly linked with oxygen (altitude, temperature, salinity).

Verberk body size.csv is a comma-delimited version of the body size worksheet, giving all the data and the calculated values for the oxygen supply index, but without the formulae.

Verberk richness.xls gives all the data and formulae used to analyze the relationship between species richness and clines in environmental conditions purportedly linked with oxygen (altitude, organic pollution, temperature).

Verberk richness.csv is a comma-delimited version of the richness worksheet, giving all the data and the calculated values for the oxygen supply index, but without the formulae.

Check sum values for:

Verberk body size.xls and .csv:
column 1 (Site descriptors): checksum is 136, no missing values

Verberk richness.xls:
column 1 (Site descriptors): checksum is 655, 3 missing values

Verberk richness.csv:
column 2 (Site descriptors): checksum is 655, 3 missing values