Data from: Plant interactions as biotic drivers of plasticity in leaf litter traits and decomposability of Quercus petraea

Henneron L, Chauvat M, Archaux F, Akpa-Vinceslas M, Bureau F, Dumas Y, Mignot L, Ningre F, Perret S, Richter C, Balandier P, Aubert M

Date Published: January 25, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s97c1

 

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Title Oak leaf litter trait & decomposability as well as environmental variables data
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Description File includes data about the oak leaf litter trait (litter quality), decomposability (ex situ decomposition processes). It also includes plots characteristics and environmental variables (understory light availability, understory vegetation and soil abiotic properties) used in the path analysis. We also included the abundance of each species for the understory plant community.
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Henneron L, Chauvat M, Archaux F, Akpa-Vinceslas M, Bureau F, Dumas Y, Mignot L, Ningre F, Perret S, Richter C, Balandier P, Aubert M (2017) Plant interactions as biotic drivers of plasticity in leaf litter traits and decomposability of Quercus petraea. Ecological Monographs 87(2): 321–340. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ecm.1252

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Henneron L, Chauvat M, Archaux F, Akpa-Vinceslas M, Bureau F, Dumas Y, Mignot L, Ningre F, Perret S, Richter C, Balandier P, Aubert M (2017) Data from: Plant interactions as biotic drivers of plasticity in leaf litter traits and decomposability of Quercus petraea. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.s97c1
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