Data from: The role of bryophytes for tree seedling responses to winter climate change: implications for the stress gradient hypothesis

Lett S, Wardle DA, Nilsson M, Teuber L, Dorrepaal E

Date Published: November 7, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.84397

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Title Seedling winter survival in 4 bryophyte treatment under different snow treatments and elevations
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Description Field experimental data of winter survival of transplanted seedlings. Experiment had two elevational sites to which bryophytes cores were transplanted. These were subjected to snow treatments(addition, control, reduction). Seedling were transplanted into bryophyte cores in at the end of 2013 growing season and survival was assessed in june and august 2014. See published article for full description of the experimental details
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Lett S, Wardle DA, Nilsson M, Teuber L, Dorrepaal E (2017) The role of bryophytes for tree seedling responses to winter climate change: implications for the stress gradient hypothesis. Journal of Ecology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12898

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