Plant nutrient mobilization in temperate heathland responds to elevated CO2, temperature and drought

@article{Andresen2009PlantNM,
  title={Plant nutrient mobilization in temperate heathland responds to elevated CO2, temperature and drought},
  author={Louise C Andresen and Anders Michelsen and Sven Jonasson and Inger Kappel Schmidt and Teis N. Mikkelsen and Per Ambus and Claus Beier},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2009},
  volume={328},
  pages={381-396}
}
Temperate terrestrial ecosystems are currently exposed to increased atmospheric CO2 and progressive climatic changes with increased temperature and periodical drought. We here present results from a field experiment, where the effects of these three main climate change related factors are investigated solely and in all combinations at a temperate heathland. Significant responses were found in the top soils below the two dominant species (Calluna vulgaris and Deschampsia flexuosa). During winter… CONTINUE READING
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