Microbial diversity decline and community response are decoupled from increased respiration in warmed tropical forest soil

Posted on 21.06.2022 - 21:23 authored by Jarrod Scott

This collection contains data and data products for the SWELTR High-Temperature experiment. Here you will find 16S rRNA and ITS sequence data as well as many other data products from the study.

The number of each dataset corresponds to the workflow number on the project website. A direct link to the workflow page is provided in the REFERENCES section of each dataset. Data pertaining to the 16s rRNA analysis has the prefix (16s) and data pertaining to the ITS analysis has the prefix (ITS)

See below for links to the raw data on the European Nucleotide Archive (ENA).

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Scott, Jarrod (2022): Microbial diversity decline and community response are decoupled from increased respiration in warmed tropical forest soil. Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute. Collection. https://doi.org/10.25573/data.c.5667571.v3
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