Data from: Woodland ectomycorrhizal fungi benefit from large-scale reduction of nitrogen deposition in the Netherlands

Arco J. Van Strien, Menno Boomsluiter, Machiel E. Noordeloos, Richard J. T. Verweij & Thomas W. Kuyper
1.Woodland ectomycorrhizal (ECM) fungal species declined considerably in the Netherlands in the late 20th century, mainly due to raised levels of atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Environmental measures have been taken to reduce this deposition, but it remains unclear whether and to what extent ECM species have benefitted from this. 2.We hypothesised that ECM species, especially those species that are known to be nitrophobic, i.e. sensitive to nitrogen loading, have recovered to some extent from the reduction...
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