Data from: Log moisture capacity does not predict epixylic bryophyte growth under thinned and unthinned forest canopies

Haughian SR, Frego KA

Date Published: March 14, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.933bs

 

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Title Haughian&Frego2017_FunctionalEcology_moisture_capacity_&_moss_growth_data
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Description Sheet 1 - change in biomass of mosses grown in mesh envelopes over 20 months. Sheet 2 - water potential of air recorded 3-5 mm above the surface of synthetic and natural logs, in the laboratory, under simulated precipitation. Sheet 3 - physical properties of a subset of experimental logs, including porosity, density, and volume. Sheet 4 - ambient moisture availability (water potential) from 9 data loggers in the experimental areas, recorded at 30 minute intervals over the growing season in 2014 (at 1.0 m from the ground).
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Haughian SR, Frego KA (2017) Log moisture capacity does not predict epixylic bryophyte growth under thinned and unthinned forest canopies. Functional Ecology 31(8): 1540-1549. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12864

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Haughian SR, Frego KA (2017) Data from: Log moisture capacity does not predict epixylic bryophyte growth under thinned and unthinned forest canopies. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.933bs
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