Data from: Engineering a plant community to deliver multiple ecosystem services

Storkey J, Döring T, Baddeley J, Collins R, Roderick S, Jones H, Watson C

Date Published: December 20, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.qj3mg

 

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Title Data from competition model for optimisation of multi-functionality
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Description The competition model predicted the relative biomass of component species in all theoretical mixes using site specific weather and management data. These data were used to calculate the delivery of each service (presented in this file) to calculate the index of multi-functionality, I.
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Title Data from field trials
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Description Data on site properties and management diaries are presented along with data files of measurements done on the legume monocultures and all species mix that were used to derive ecosystem service delivery at each site.
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Title Trait data
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Description A summary of the traits measured on the legume species and tables of the ecosystem service values derived from the data in the field data file.
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Storkey J, Döring T, Baddeley J, Collins R, Roderick S, Jones H, Watson C (2015) Engineering a plant community to deliver multiple ecosystem services. Ecological Applications 25(4): 1034-1043. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-1605.1

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Storkey J, Döring T, Baddeley J, Collins R, Roderick S, Jones H, Watson C (2014) Data from: Engineering a plant community to deliver multiple ecosystem services. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.qj3mg
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