These data were produced with an individual-based model of amphipod populations exposed to combinations of hypothetical stressors. Stressors targeted feeding, reproduction, maintenance and growth processes in individual amphipods. We measured body sizes and cumulative reproduction in each individual in the simulation, population abundance and biomass and, finally, amount of unprocessed leaf litter which was consumed by the amphipods. Files contain 20 year time series of those endpoints in different stressor combinations; each combinations was replicated 50 times.
Galic N, Sullivan LL, Grimm V, Forbes VE. When things don’t add up: quantifying impacts of multiple stressors from individual metabolism to ecosystem processing. Ecology Letters. Accepted.
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Galic, Nika; Sullivan, Lauren L; Grimm, Volker; Forbes, Valery E.
(2018). Data Supporting 'When things don’t add up: quantifying impacts of multiple stressors from individual metabolism to ecosystem processing'.
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