Data from: Effects of elevation and nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization on plant defence compounds in subarctic tundra heath vegetation

De Long JR, Sundqvist MK, Gundale MJ, Giesler R, Wardle DA

Date Published: November 13, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.82gq2

 

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Title Foliar defence/nutrient, soil abiotic, and vegetation community data from subarctic tundra heath fertilization experiment
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Description Contains data from a fertilization experiment in subarctic heath vegetation from near Abisko, Sweden. Data are soil abiotic properties, vegetation pinpoint hits, and plant foliar defence compounds/foliar nutrients. All units and coding is contained within the file. For further information, please see the published manuscript.
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De Long JR, Sundqvist MK, Gundale MJ, Giesler R, Wardle DA (2016) Effects of elevation and nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization on plant defence compounds in subarctic tundra heath vegetation. Functional Ecology 30: 314–325. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12493

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De Long JR, Sundqvist MK, Gundale MJ, Giesler R, Wardle DA (2015) Data from: Effects of elevation and nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization on plant defence compounds in subarctic tundra heath vegetation. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.82gq2
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