Data from: Substantial compositional turnover of fungal communities in an alpine ridge-to-snowbed gradient

Fang Yao, Unni Vik, Anne K. Brysting, Tor Carlsen, Rune Halvorsen & Håvard Kauserud
The main gradient in vascular plant, bryophyte and lichen species composition in alpine areas, structured by the topographic gradient from wind-exposed ridges to snowbeds, has been extensively studied. Tolerance to environmental stress, resulting from wind abrasion and desiccation towards windswept ridges or reduced growing season due to prolonged snow cover towards snowbeds, is an important ecological mechanism in this gradient. The extent to which belowground fungal communities are structured by the same topographic gradient, and...
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