Data from: Anthropogenic N deposition increases soil C storage by reducing the relative abundance of lignolytic fungi

Elizabeth M. Entwistle, Donald R. Zak & William A. Argiroff
Atmospheric nitrogen (N) deposition has increased dramatically since preindustrial times and continues to increase across many regions of the Earth. In temperate forests, this agent of global change has increased soil carbon (C) storage, but the mechanisms underlying this response are not understood. One long-standing hypothesis proposed to explain the accumulation of soil C proposes that higher inorganic N availability may suppress both the activity and abundance of fungi which decay lignin and other polyphenols...
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