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Jacob E. Allgeier, Craig A. Layman, Peter J. Mumby, and Amy D. Rosemond. 2015. Biogeochemical implications of biodiversity and community structure across multiple coastal ecosystems. Ecological Monographs 85:117132. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-0331.1

Appendix D. Untransformed data plots of richness, species diversity, and functional group diversity against all ecosystem processes.

FigD1

Fig. D1. Results from probabilistic simulation models of random species loss. For each bi-plot, the y-axis is the rate (g·m-2·day-1) for each of the five processes and M. Each data point within a graph indicates the aggregate process rate for each simulated community with its corresponding species richness (x-axis).


 

FigD2

Fig. D2. Results from probabilistic simulation models of random species loss whereby community biomass is maintained via replacement. For each bi-plot, the y-axis is the rate (g·m-2·day-1) for each of the five processes and M. Each data point within a graph indicates the aggregate process rate for each simulated community with its corresponding species richness (x-axis).


 

FigD3

Fig. D3. Results from probabilistic simulation models of random species loss whereby biomass is maintained within each functional group (i.e., community structure is maintained) via replacement. For each bi-plot, the y-axis is the rate (g·m-2·day-1) for each of the five processes and M. Each data point within a graph indicates the aggregate process rate for each simulated community with its corresponding species richness (x-axis).


 

FigD4

Fig. D4. Untransformed data plots of Richness (per site; n = 82) and ecosystem processes of storage, supply (g·m-2·day-1) and multifunctionality (M; unitless).


 

FigD5

Fig. D5. Untransformed data plots of Species diversity (Simpson's index) (per site; n = 82) and ecosystem processes of storage, supply (g·m-2·day-1) and multifunctionality (M; unitless).


 

FigD6

Fig. D6. Untransformed data plots of Functional Group diversity (per site; n = 82) and ecosystem processes of storage, supply (g·m-2·day-1) and multifunctionality (M; unitless).


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