Data from: Soil functional responses to drought under range-expanding and native plant communities

Marta Manrubia, Wim Van Der Putten, Carolin Weser, Freddy Ten Hooven, Henk Martens, Pella Brinkman, Stefan Geisen, Kelly Ramirez & Ciska Veen
1. Current climate warming enables plant species and soil organisms to expand their range to higher latitudes and altitudes. At the same time, climate change increases the incidence of extreme weather events such as drought. While it is expected that plants and soil organisms originating from the south are better able to cope with drought, little is known about the consequences of their range shifts on soil functioning under drought events. 2. Here, we test...
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