Resources & Data
Equipment and analytical facilities
Leaf and soil chamber IRGA portable systems (LI6800 - LI7810) for CO2, CH4 and H2O gas concentration
Portable radiation meter, upward and downward in 6 wavebands for measuring vegetation indices (NDVI, PRI...) and radiation capture and reflection (SpectroSense2+, Skye)
Auto-analyser (NO3-N, PO4-P)
Soil processing and fumigation equipment
Dataloggers and environmental sensors
Elemental Analyser for total carbon, nitrogen, sulfur and oxygen
IRMS for isotopy: 13C, 15N, 34S, 2H and 16O
Epifluorescence microscope with phase contrast and digital imaging
Nucleic acid extraction and Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis analytical equipment
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D3. Plant functional traits measured at the individual level within four temperate wetland types (bog, fen, meadow, marsh) in North-East America
Article: see A42 in publication page.
Description: We replicated a natural species richness gradient where communities included from 2 to 16 species within four wetlands (bog, fen, meadow, marsh) contrasting in plant productivity. We sampled functional traits from individuals in each community and used hierarchical distributional modelling in order to analyze the independent variation of the mean and dispersion of functional trait space at ecosystem, community and species levels
D2. Arctic willows - soil carbon dataset - Plant and soil variables in plots outside and beneath Salix richardsonii patches along active and abandoned channels in a High Arctic tundra
Article: see A41 in publication page.
Description: We explored how erect shrub abundance leads to SOC variation within 20 cm soil cores in a High Arctic tundra (Bylot Island, Nunavut, Canada), where the only erect shrub, Salix richardsonii, has settled along currently active and abandoned channel zones of alluvial fans.
D1. GlobAmax dataset - Photosynthetic traits at worldwide scale
Article: see A14 in publication page
Depository: Dryad - http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.j42m7 (link)
Description: Trait data (Amass, Nmass, Pmass, Aarea, Narea, Parea, SLA, gs) associated with soil and climate variables which derived (except for annual precipitation and temperature) from worldwide soil and climate datasets (CRU, soilgrids...)