Data from: Do temperate tree species diversity and identity influence soil microbial community function and composition?

Khlifa R, Paquette A, Messier C, Reich P, Munson A

Date Published: September 1, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3275s

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Description The data are associated to the publication "Do temperate tree species diversity and identity influence soil microbial community function and composition?" by Khlifa, Rim, Paquette, Alain, Messier, Christian, Reich, Peter, Munson, Alison. They report measurements of soil microbial community function (analysed using the MicroResp method) and structure (using the PLFA analysis). The data also report mineral soil properties (0-15 cm depth). The samples are from the IDENT experiment of Montreal (Quebec, Canada), and were collected and analysed in 2012. A "read me" file is incorporated in the data file.
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Khlifa R, Paquette A, Messier C, Reich PB, Munson AD (2017) Do temperate tree species diversity and identity influence soil microbial community function and composition?. Ecology and Evolution 7(19): 7965-7974. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.3313

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Khlifa R, Paquette A, Messier C, Reich P, Munson A (2017) Data from: Do temperate tree species diversity and identity influence soil microbial community function and composition? Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3275s
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