Journal article

Species origin affects the rate of response to inter-annual growing season precipitation and nutrient addition in four Australian native grasslands

John W Morgan, John M Dwyer, Jodi N Price, Suzanne M Prober, Sally A Power, Jennifer Firn, Joslin L Moore, Glenda M Wardle, Eric W Seabloom, Elizabeth T Borer, James S Camac

Journal of Vegetation Science | WILEY-BLACKWELL | Published : 2016

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Funding Acknowledgements

This work was generated using data from the Nutrient Network (http://www.nutnet.org) experiment, funded at the site scale by individual researchers. Co-ordination and data management have been supported by funding to E. Borer and E. Seabloom from the National Science Foundation Research Coordination Network (NSF-DEB-1042132), Long Term Ecological Research (NSF-DEB-1234162 to Cedar Creek LTER) programmes, and the Institute on the Environment (DG-0001-13). We also thank the Minnesota Supercomputer Institute for hosting project data. The Great Western Woodlands Supersite of Australia's Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network provided support for the Mt Caroline site. J Price was supported by the Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions. Bob Parsons, Pete Vesk and two anonymous reviewers helped improve the manuscript.