Data supplement to: Phosphorus fertilization is eradicating the niche of northern Eurasia's threatened plant species

Martin Joseph Wassen
The greater bioavailability of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) in the Anthropocene has strongly impacted terrestrial plant communities. In northwest Europe, high N deposition is considered the main driver of plant diversity loss, so EU legislation to reduce N deposition is expected to promote plant species recovery. But this expectation is simplistic: it ignores the role of other macronutrients. To better understand the potential consequences of changes in the bioavailability of N, P...
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