Data from: Winter warming effects on tundra shrub performance are species-specific and dependent on spring conditions

Krab EJ, Rönnefarth J, Becher M, Blume-Werry G, Keuper F, Klaminder J, Kreyling J, Makoto K, Milbau A, Dorrepaal E

Date Published: September 25, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.90d2g

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Title Abiotics
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Description Snow depth over and soil temperatures in manipulated and unmanipulated non-sorted-circles. Snowdepths have been measured from west to east at every 50 cm, at three dates in the springs of 2013 and 2014. Soil temperatures measured in the center of non-sorted circles at approximately -1 cm in the autumn-spring of 2012-2013, and autumn-mid summer 2013-2014. 'ctrl' plots are unmanipulated, 'fleece' plots were covered with gardening fleeces, and 'snow' plots had snow added by use of a stone wall catching snow.
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Title Plant_responses
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Description Canopy greenness, frost damage, shoot biomass and shoot length growth (cumulative an interpolated). Canopy greenness was measured on 8 occassions during the spring of 2014. Greenness is expressed per % of maximum greenness. Frost damage measured at two dates in late spring as relative electrolyte leakage (%). Shoot biomass (mg) at the peak of the growing season (mid-July 2014). Shoot length growth (cm) measured at 8 consecutive dates in the summer of 2014, and cumulative length growth at the peak of the growing season (mid-July 2014). Measurements are for shrub species: 'Betula' (nana), 'Vaccinium' (vitis-idaea) and 'Empetrum' (nigrum). In all files 'Inner' and 'Outer' relate to non-sorted-circle inner and outer domains. 'Control' or 'ctrl' represents unmanipulated plots, 'fleece' plots covered with gardening fleeces from autumn to late spring, and 'snow' for plots where snow was added by using a stone wall.
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Krab EJ, Rönnefarth J, Becher M, Blume-Werry G, Keuper F, Klaminder J, Kreyling J, Makoto K, Milbau A, Dorrepaal E (2017) Winter warming effects on tundra shrub performance are species-specific and dependent on spring conditions. Journal of Ecology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2745.12872

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Krab EJ, Rönnefarth J, Becher M, Blume-Werry G, Keuper F, Klaminder J, Kreyling J, Makoto K, Milbau A, Dorrepaal E (2017) Data from: Winter warming effects on tundra shrub performance are species-specific and dependent on spring conditions. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.90d2g
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