Precipitation modifies the effects of warming and nitrogen addition on soil microbial communities in northern Chinese grasslands

@inproceedings{Zhang2015PrecipitationMT,
  title={Precipitation modifies the effects of warming and nitrogen addition on soil microbial communities in northern Chinese grasslands},
  author={Naili Zhang and Shiqiang Wan and Jixun Guo and Guodong Han and Jessica L M Gutknecht and Bernhard Schmid and Liang Yu and Weixing Liu and Jie Bi and Zhen Wang and Keping Ma},
  year={2015}
}
Abstract Terrestrial ecosystems experience simultaneous shifts in multiple drivers of global change, which can interactively affect various resources. The concept that different resources co-limit plant productivity has been well studied. However, co-limitation of soil microbial communities by multiple resources has not been as thoroughly investigated. Specifically, it is not clearly understood how microbial communities respond to shifts in multiple interacting resources such as water… CONTINUE READING
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