Data from: The microbially-mediated soil organic carbon loss under degenerative succession in an alpine meadow

Zhang Y, Liu X, Cong J, Lu H, Sheng Y, Wang X, Li D, Liu X, Yin H, Zhou J, Deng Y

Date Published: April 19, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h781v

 

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Title Microbial community and network of meadow alpine soil by Illumina sequencing
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Description The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau is the highest and the largest low-latitude plateau in the world, and also it is an extremely sensitive region to the impact of global warming and environmental changes. The alpine meadow, widely distributed on the Tibetan Plateau, occupies over 40% of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau area and plays a critical role in regional sustainable development, biodiversity and water resource conservation. The alpine meadow also was a large soil organic-carbon pool.In recently decades, succession and degradation were gradually occurring between different alpine meadow types, such as alpine meadow might appear in the alpine steppe meadow region according to years of field investigation which could be the consequences of the climate warming and anthropogenic activities. The aims of our study were to determine the effect of degenerated succession from alpine meadow (AM) to alpine steppe meadow (ASM) on soil organic carbon and soil microbial community structure.The archived files included one OTU table generated from the 16S rRNA gene sequencing data, as well as the input and output files for the network analyses.
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Zhang Y, Liu X, Cong J, Lu H, Sheng Y, Wang X, Li D, Liu X, Yin H, Zhou J, Deng Y (2017) The microbially mediated soil organic carbon loss under degenerative succession in an alpine meadow. Molecular Ecology 26(14): 3676-3686. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/mec.14148

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Zhang Y, Liu X, Cong J, Lu H, Sheng Y, Wang X, Li D, Liu X, Yin H, Zhou J, Deng Y (2017) Data from: The microbially-mediated soil organic carbon loss under degenerative succession in an alpine meadow. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.h781v
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