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CSPs: Genetic diversity of Castanopsis eyrei in CSPs

Abstract:
Plant populations growing along elevational gradients have been found to show inconsistent patterns in the distribution of genetic variation. Molecular markers used to study these patterns are usually targeting neutral processes, but may also be a...

Id: 166
People: 2
Projects: 1
Version: 1
Attachments: 0
Created at: 2012-01-05
Updated at: 2016-03-03

CSPs: Soil phosphorus neighbourhood effects: soil P fraction, pH, C/N in CSP 13, 14, 27

Abstract:
Soil phosphorous and pH in three-tree groups in the Comparative Study sites. 29°08'-29°17'N 118°02'-118°11'E

Id: 222
People: 3
Projects: 1
Version: 3
Attachments: 0
Created at: 2012-07-02
Updated at: 2016-03-03

Main Experiment: Trap nest data Site A preliminary

Abstract:
Trap nests (eigth traps per plot; four traps each attached to a wooden post; located at two randomly selected corners the corners of the central 10 x 10 m subplot; traps belonging to the same wooden post in a plot are marked with a "-" or left wit...

Id: 432
People: 2
Projects: 1
Version: 2
Attachments: 0
Created at: 2013-10-17
Updated at: 2019-07-12

TreeDì_P1G - Crown centre and stem position. Data from "Neighbourhood Species Richness Reduces Crown Asymmetry of Subtropical Trees in Sloping Terrain"

Abstract:
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Id: 654
People: 1
Projects: 0
Version: 1
Attachments: 0
Created at: 2022-03-15
Updated at: 2022-03-15

CSPs: Coarse woody debris (CWD) items: metal tags of dead wood and corresponding metal tags and stem ids from the living tree data.

Abstract:
List of CWD items, their metal tags, and corresponding stem ids or counfounding metal tags from the 2008, 2009, and 2010 living tree data gathered by Martin Baruffol and Xiulian Chi.

Id: 235
People: 1
Projects: 1
Version: 1
Attachments: 0
Created at: 2012-12-13
Updated at: 2016-03-03

CSPs: Taxonomy and representative sequences of wood-inhabiting fungi in highly diverse subtropical forests, all CSPs

Abstract:
The deadwood mycobiome, also known as wood-inhabiting fungi (WIF), are among the key players in wood decomposition, having a large impact on nutrient cycling in forest soils. However, our knowledge of WIF richness and distribution patterns in diff...

Id: 569
People: 2
Projects: 1
Version: 1
Attachments: 0
Created at: 2017-02-27
Updated at: 2017-02-28
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