Data Broedlin CNP

Mircocosm experiment to identify the individual patterns and controls of C, N, and P mobilization in soils under beech forests. Organic and mineral horizons sampled along a nutrient availability gradient in Germany were exposed to either permanent moist conditions or to dry spells in microcosms and quantified the release of inorganic and organic C, N, and P.

Citation:

Dominik Brödlin; Klaus Kaiser; Frank Hagedorn (2019). Data Broedlin CNP. EnviDat. doi:10.16904/envidat.78.

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DOI 10.16904/envidat.78
Authors
  • Name: Dominik Brödlin  Email: dominik.broedlinfoo(at)wsl.ch  Affiliation: WSL  DataCRediT: Collection, Validation
  • Name: Klaus Kaiser  Email: klaus.kaiserfoo(at)landw.uni-halle.de  Affiliation: Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg  DataCRediT: Collection, Validation
  • Name: Frank Hagedorn  Email: frank.hagedornfoo(at)wsl.ch  Affiliation: WSL  DataCRediT: Collection, Publication, Supervision
Contact Person Name: Frank Hagedorn  Email: frank.hagedornfoo(at)wsl.ch  Affiliation: WSL
Subtitles
Publication Publisher: EnviDat  Year: 2019
Dates
  • Type: Collected  Date: 2017-05-10  End Date: 2018-06-10
Version 1.0
Type Dataset
General Type Dataset
Language English
Location Germany
Content License ODbL with Database Contents License (DbCL)    [Open Data]
Last Updated July 9, 2019, 10:58 (CEST)
Created July 9, 2019, 10:47 (CEST)