Data from: Short-term herbivory has long-term consequences in warmed and ambient high Arctic tundra

Little CJ, Cutting HBU, Alatalo J, Cooper E

Date Published: January 25, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2m1k2

 

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Title Adventdalen_mesic_2014_community
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Description Data was collected at mesic meadow site in Adventdalen valley (78.19ºN, 15.93ºE) of Svalbard in July 2014. A warming treatment by Open Top Chambers (OTCs) was initiated on the site in 2003. Every year between 2003 and 2014, OTCs were placed at the site in late spring and removed each autumn. Within each block, plots were also randomly distributed between three levels of a grazing treatment by captive Barnacle Geese in 2003-2005: no grazing (UG), intermediate (low) grazing (LG), and high grazing, (HG). Grazing treatments were discontinued after 2005. Site setup and treatments are further described in Cooper et al 2004, 2006. For details of community and species-specific measurements taken in 2014, see ReadMe file.
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Little CJ, Cutting HBU, Alatalo J, Cooper E (2017) Short-term herbivory has long-term consequences in warmed and ambient high Arctic tundra. Environmental Research Letters 12: 025001. http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/aa579d

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Little CJ, Cutting HBU, Alatalo J, Cooper E (2017) Data from: Short-term herbivory has long-term consequences in warmed and ambient high Arctic tundra. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.2m1k2
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