Data from: Tree litter functional diversity and nitrogen concentration enhance litter decomposition via changes in earthworm communities

Guillaume Patoine, Helge Bruelheide, Josephine Haase, Charles Nock, Niklas Ohlmann, Benjamin Schwarz, Michael Scherer-Lorenzen & Nico Eisenhauer
Biodiversity is a major driver of numerous ecosystem functions. However, consequences of changes in forest biodiversity remain difficult to predict because of limited knowledge about how tree diversity influences ecosystem functions. Litter decomposition is a key process affecting nutrient cycling, productivity and carbon storage, and can be influenced by plant biodiversity. Leaf litter species composition, environmental conditions, and the detritivore community are main components of the decomposition process, but their complex interactions are poorly understood....
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