Data from: Contrasting effects of nutrient enrichment on below-ground biomass in coastal wetlands

Sean A. Graham & Irving A. Mendelssohn
Anthropogenically-enhanced nutrient availability is often cited among the most important drivers of altered ecosystem function and loss of services worldwide. Although the above-ground consequences of nutrient enrichment on plant growth patterns are numerous and well-documented, below-ground impacts are less clear but nonetheless critical from a global change perspective. In coastal wetlands, for example, plant-soil-nutrient dynamics directly affect the capacity to sequester carbon as soil organic matter, keep pace with sea level rise, and resist storm-induced...
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