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A novel comparative research platform designed to determine the functional significance of tree species diversity in European forests
Impact of interspecific interactions on the soil water uptake depth in a young temperate mixed species plantation
The effects of drought and nutrient addition on soil organisms vary across taxonomic groups, but are constant across seasons
Drought had detrimental effects on soil invertebrate feeding activity and simplified nematode community structure, whereas soil microbial activity and biomass were unaffected, and microbial biomass increased in response to fertilization, whereas invertebrates feeding activity substantially declined.
Interactions and competition processes among tree species in young experimental mixed forests, assessed with chlorophyll fluorescence and leaf morphology.
A significant positive correlation with tree diversity was found at Kaltenborn, but not at Satakunta, which could suggest that competition/facilitation processes in mixed stands play a significant role in the early stages of forest establishment, but then tend to be compensated in more mature stands.