Data from: Urine is an important nitrogen source for plants irrespective of vegetation composition in an Arctic tundra: insights from a 15N-enriched urea tracer experiment

Barthelemy H, Stark S, Michelsen A, Olofsson J

Date Published: June 19, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.52qh9

 

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Description Biomass, N pool, 15N recovery and 15N enrichment for the different ecosystem N pools: Plants (aboveground + root), litter, microbial N and soil extractable N at the heavily and lightly grazed sites
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Title Plant biomass and analysis
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Description Plant biomass, 15N natural abundance and 15N enrichment at the heavily and lightly grazed sites
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Title Soil chemical analysis
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Description Soil extractable and microbial N, soil organic matter and moisture content, 15N natural abundance, 15N enrichment and % 15N recovery in the soil and microbial N pool at the heavily and lightly grazed sites
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Description Soil moisture and temperatures at the heavily and lightly grazed sites
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Barthelemy H, Stark S, Michelsen A, Olofsson J (2017) Urine is an important nitrogen source for plants irrespective of vegetation composition in an Arctic tundra: insights from a 15 N-enriched urea tracer experiment. Journal of Ecology, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12820

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Barthelemy H, Stark S, Michelsen A, Olofsson J (2017) Data from: Urine is an important nitrogen source for plants irrespective of vegetation composition in an Arctic tundra: insights from a 15N-enriched urea tracer experiment. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.52qh9
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