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  • Plant Community and Ecosystem Responses to Long-term Fertilization & Disturbance at the Kellogg Biological Station, Hickory Corners, MI (1989 to 2014)
  • Gross, Katherine; Michigan State University
  • 2016-02-19
  • Dataset Abstract This work is part of the long-term sampling and monitoring of successional dynamics in abandoned fields – and responses to N-fertilization. Data from this research has been, and will continue to, contribute to LTER cross-site analysis of plant community dynamics, diversity-productivity, and responses to fertilization and disturbance.N-fertilized and tilled (disturbed) microplots are located in the NW corner of all treatment 7 (early successional communities) on the LTER main site. Experimental treatments are: 1) Nitrogen addition vs. no nitrogen addition and 2) Annual disturbance vs. undisturbed original data source http://lter.kbs.msu.edu/datasets/60
  • N: 42.420265      S: 42.391019      E: -85.366857      W: -85.404699
  • knb-lter-kbs.55.16  
  • Data in the KBS LTER core database may not be published without written permission of the lead investigator or project director. These restrictions are intended mainly to preserve the primary investigators' rights to first publication and to ensure that data users are aware of the limitations that may be associated with any specific data set. These restrictions apply to both the baseline data set and to the data sets associated with specific LTER-supported subprojects. All publications of KBS data and images must acknowledge KBS LTER support.
  • doi:10.6073/pasta/16f1a4e8d31297af7713e6cb3d70311b
  • https://pasta.lternet.edu/package/eml/knb-lter-kbs/55/16
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