Data from: Nighttime warming enhances ecosystem carbon-use efficiency in a temperate steppe

Jing Wang, Qian Zhang, Jian Song, Jingyi Ru, Zhenxing Zhou, Jianyang Xia, Jeffrey Dukes & Shiqiang Wan
1. Reductions in the diurnal temperature range (DTR), e.g., greater increases in daily minimum than maximum temperatures, have occurred for several decades and are projected to continue over this century, which could affect terrestrial carbon (C) cycling. Carbon-use efficiency of plants (CUEp) and ecosystems (CUEe) represents the capacity of plants to capture C and ecosystems to store C fixed from the atmosphere, respectively. Few studies have examined how grassland CUE responds to asymmetric warming. 2....
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