Data from: Impact of native and non-native aquatic plants on methane emission and phytoplankton growth

Bart M. C. Grutters, Ralf C. H. Aben, Sarian Kosten, Elisabeth S. Bakker, Bart Grutters & Elisabeth Bakker
Freshwater plants affect the ecosystem functioning of shallow aquatic ecosystems. However, because native plants are threatened by environmental change such as eutrophication, global warming and biological invasions, continued ecosystem functioning may be at risk. In this study, we explored how the growth of native and non-native plant species in eutrophic, warm conditions impacts two plant ecosystem functions: regulation of phytoplankton growth and methane emission. We expected that plants would inhibit phytoplankton growth, while for methane...
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