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Dataset and R-scripts used to investigate how soil phosphorous availability determines the contribution of small, individual grassland remnants to the conservation of landscape-scale biodiversity

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posted on 02.06.2021, 06:47 by Jan PlueJan Plue, Lander Baeten
Complete datasets and R scripts related to article published in Applied Vegetation Science: "Soil phosphorous availability determines the contribution of small, individual grassland remnants to the conservation of landscape-scale biodiversity"

1. plot_metadata.csv - for all 162 vegetation plots the dataset provides a metadata on the geographical and environmental characteristics of the plot.

2. soil.csv - for all 162 vegetation plots the dataset provides the raw data on each of the four measured soil characteristics:
Phosphorous, pH, Carbon and Nitrogen.

3. vegdat.csv - for all 162 vegetation plots, this dataset provides the recorded abundance (ACFOR scale) of all 174 recorded species.

4. planttraits.csv - for all 174 species, this dataset lists the level of habitat specialisation.

5. PlueBaeten_analyses.nb.html R scripts on the full statistical analyses of the data in html format

6. PlueBaeten_analyses.Rmd R scripts on the full statistical analyses of the data in R Markdown format

Funding

FORMAS (nr 2018-00961)

Ghent University Research Grant (BOF)

History

Associated Publication

Plue, J. and Baeten, L. (2021), Soil phosphorous availability determines the contribution of small, individual grassland remnants to the conservation of landscape-scale biodiversity. Applied Vegetation Science. Accepted Author Manuscript e12590. https://doi.org/10.1111/avsc.12590

Affiliation (institution of first SU-affiliated author)

463 Institutionen för naturgeografi | Department of Physical Geography