Data from: Multifractal growth in periphyton communities

 

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Title Periphyton Spatial Biomass distribution
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Description Tiff Images of biomass spatial distribution of periphyton colonization at different times. The brigthness of each pixel represent the chlorophyl-a content estimated using the method described in: Saravia LA, Giorgi A, Momo FR (1999) A photographic method for estimating chlorophyll in periphyton on artificial substrata. Aquatic Ecology 33: 325–330. The initial letter of the file name correspond to the different tanks used in the experiment, then the number of the plate, and finally the date YYMMDD.
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Title Output of multifractal analysis software mfSBA
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Description This is the output of multifractal analysis applied to each image The software used mfSBA is available at: <https://github.com/lsaravia/mfsba>. The output are ASCII files pasted in an spreadsheet. The output for each image is labeled as the file name. The columns named R- are the coefficient of determination. The columns named SD are the standard deviations. Tau is the slope of log(Zq) vs log(epsilon) and is used to calculate Dq.
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Saravia LA, Giorgi A, Momo F (2012) Multifractal growth in periphyton communities. Oikos 121(11): 1810–1820. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0706.2011.20423.x

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Saravia LA, Giorgi A, Momo F (2012) Data from: Multifractal growth in periphyton communities. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.61cj4
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