Root associated fungi in Arctic Glacier Forlands raw sequences

Pernille Bronken Eidesen, Synnøve S. Botnen, Sunil Mundra & Håvard Kauserud
Climate change causes Arctic glaciers to retreat faster, exposing new areas for colonization. Several pioneer plants likely to colonize recent deglaciated, nutrient-poor areas depend on fungal partners for successful establishment. Little is known about general patterns or characteristics of facilitating fungal pioneers and how they vary with regional climate in the Arctic. The High Arctic Archipelago Svalbard represents an excellent study system to address these questions, as glaciers cover ∼60% of the land surface and...
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