Accession PRJCA001644
Title Soil warming and Spartina alterniflora invasion
Relevance Environmental
Data types Metagenome
Raw sequence reads
Genome sequencing
Organisms soil metagenome
Description Climate warming and plant invasions are among the most serious threads to biodiversity and stability in terrestrial ecosystems. A particular challenge is to predict how soil microbial communities will change under future conditions. Although evidence that soil microbial community structure can be shifted by experimental warming and plant invasion, few studies to quantify the interactive effects of both factors. Here, we designed the experimental inter-species competition scenarios to fall into five different groups and grew them under warming and ambient environment, respectively. For these vegetation communities, the ratio of shoots of S. alterniflora to that of P. australis was 0:4, 1:3, 2:2, 3:1, and 4:0, respectively. After two-year warming, we collected surface soils (0-5 cm) and subsurface soils (5-20 cm) in each plot to explore the influence of warming and S. alterniflora invasion and their interaction on the soil bacterial community.
Sample scope Environment
Release date 2019-08-08
Grants
Agency program Grant ID Grant title
National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) 41807449
National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) 41761144062
National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) 41730646
Shanghai Pujiang Program 18PJ1403500
Submitter Dianming    Wu  (dmwu@geo.ecnu.edu.cn)
Organization East China Normal University
Submission date 2019-08-08

Project Data

Resource name Description
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CRA003911 Soil warming and Spartina alterniflora invasion-archaea and fungi
CRA001884 Soil warming and Spartina alterniflora invasion