Data from: Plant selection initiates alternative successional trajectories in the soil microbial community after disturbance

Marie Duhamel, Joe Wan, Laura Bogar, Richard Segnitz, Nora Duncritts & Kabir Peay
Because interactions between plants and microbial organisms can influence species diversity and rates of nutrient cycling, how plants shape microbial communities is fundamental to understanding the structure of ecosystems. Despite this, the spatial and temporal scales over which plants influence microbial communities is poorly understood, particularly whether past abiotic or biotic legacies strongly constrain microbial community development. We examined biogeochemical cycling and microbial community structure in a coastal landscape where historical patterns of vegetation transition...
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