Species Differences in Leaf Decomposition and Microbial Communities

With increased anthropogenic carbon dioxide emission, increased temperature, and changes in precipitation, species composition in forest ecosystems are expected to change. The experimental goal is to gain a greater understanding of what occurs during decomposition at the microbial and species level. The procedure tests the response of the microbial communities to different species of leaf litter and how changes in the surrounding environment unfold as the leaves undergo decomposition... 5MSF

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