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Pete Manning, Martin M. Gossner, Oliver Bossdorf, Eric Allan, Yuan-Ye Zhang, Daniel Prati, Nico Blüthgen, Steffen Boch, Stefan Böhm, Carmen Börschig, Norbert Hölzel, Kirsten Jung, Valentin H. Klaus, Alexandra Maria Klein, Till Kleinebecker, Jochen Krauss, Markus Lange, Jörg Müller, Esther Pašalić, Stephanie A. Socher, Marco Tschapka, Manfred Türke, Christiane Weiner, Michael Werner, Sonja Gockel, Andreas Hemp, Swen C. Renner, Konstans Wells, Franҫois Buscot, Elisabeth K. V. Kalko, Karl Eduard Linsenmair, Wolfgang W. Weisser, and Markus Fischer. 2015. Grassland management intensification weakens the associations among the diversities of multiple plant and animal taxa. Ecology 96:1492–1501. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1307.1
Appendix B. Results when dividing into three land use intensity classes.
Table B1. Correlations between the richness of taxa, and differences in these between high, medium and low land-use intensity (LUI). The first sub row of each relationship class shows the average correlation coefficient, either across all 150 plots (first column), or for plots of low, medium or high LUI. The columns labelled "Diff." show average correlation differences between LUI subsets (bold values = significant; * P < 0.05, ** P < 0.01, *** P < 0.001). The second sub-row of each relationship class shows the no. of significant individual correlations (positive-negative) and the number of significant individual correlation differences in each category.
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