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Rewiring of peatland plant–microbe networks outpaces species turnover

Rewiring of peatland plant–microbe networks outpaces species turnover
Rewiring of peatland plant–microbe networks outpaces species turnover
IDataset for article "Rewiring of peatland plant–microbe networks outpaces species turnover". In OIKOS 10.1111/oik.07635 Interactions between plant and microbial communities in peatlands are complex, yet pivotal for the functioning of these carbon-dense ecosystems. Our understanding of how climate change affects important peatland processes such as carbon dynamics is often based on assumed fixed relationships between above-and belowground communities. Our work shows that the turnover in plant–microbial interactions along enviro–climatic gradients is faster than species turnover within both communities, resulting in a mismatch in alpha diversity between plant and microbial communities. Notably, warming and increased nutrient deposition weakens plant–microbe linkages, which may consequentially decrease the overall robustness of peatland ecosystem processes to future anthropogenic pressures.
DANS
Robroek, BJM
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Dumont, Marc
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Martí, Magalí
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Svensson, Bo H.
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Veraart, Annelies J.
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Jassey, Vincent E.J.
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Robroek, BJM
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Dumont, Marc
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Martí, Magalí
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Svensson, Bo H.
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Veraart, Annelies J.
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Jassey, Vincent E.J.
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Dumont, Marc, Martí, Magalí, Svensson, Bo H., Veraart, Annelies J. and Jassey, Vincent E.J. (2021) Rewiring of peatland plant–microbe networks outpaces species turnover. DANS doi:10.17026/dans-z4a-k5jy [Dataset]

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Abstract

IDataset for article "Rewiring of peatland plant–microbe networks outpaces species turnover". In OIKOS 10.1111/oik.07635 Interactions between plant and microbial communities in peatlands are complex, yet pivotal for the functioning of these carbon-dense ecosystems. Our understanding of how climate change affects important peatland processes such as carbon dynamics is often based on assumed fixed relationships between above-and belowground communities. Our work shows that the turnover in plant–microbial interactions along enviro–climatic gradients is faster than species turnover within both communities, resulting in a mismatch in alpha diversity between plant and microbial communities. Notably, warming and increased nutrient deposition weakens plant–microbe linkages, which may consequentially decrease the overall robustness of peatland ecosystem processes to future anthropogenic pressures.

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Published date: 1 January 2021

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Local EPrints ID: 448588
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/448588
PURE UUID: 9c79a34f-3cc6-42d3-a3c1-d12b6a38111f
ORCID for BJM Robroek: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6714-0652
ORCID for Marc Dumont: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-7347-8668

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Date deposited: 27 Apr 2021 16:43
Last modified: 29 Apr 2021 01:52

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Contributor: BJM Robroek ORCID iD
Creator: Marc Dumont ORCID iD
Creator: Magalí Martí
Creator: Bo H. Svensson
Creator: Annelies J. Veraart
Creator: Vincent E.J. Jassey

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