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Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)/CDR017: Effect of Nitrogen Levels on Vegetation at Cedar Creek Natural History Area
Entry ID: LTER_CDR017

Abstract: LTER - Long-Term Ecological Research Program/Cedar Creek Natural History Area (CDR)

LTER/CDR017 [Summary adapted from the LTER Core Data Set Catalog]:

There are four levels of nitrogen, corresponding to treatments A, C, E and G in CDR001, applied at the same time as in that experiment. There are four levels of soil disturbance:

level 1: undisturbed

level 2: one pass with a 7 HP ... View entire text
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Description: Access to Cedar Creek LTER datasets
Geographic Coverage
Spatial coordinates   
  N: 45.0   S: 45.0   E: -93.0   W: -93.0

Temporal Coverage
Start Date: 1988-01-01
Originating Center
Data Center
Cedar Creek Natural History Area, Long-Term Ecological Research Network Office Supplemental Info
Data Center URL:
Dataset ID: CDR017

Data Center Personnel
Phone: 612-625-5738
Phone: 763-434-5131
Fax: 612-624-6777
Fax: 763-434-7361
Email: bauer051 at
Contact Address:
University of Minnesota
100 Ecology Building
1987 Upper Buford Circle
City: St. Paul
Province or State: MN
Postal Code: 55108
Country: USA
Email: gsfc-gcmduso at
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Wilson, S.D.; D. Tilman. 1991. "Components of plant competition along
an experimental gradient of nitrogen availability". Ecology, Vol. 72,
pp. 1050-1065.

Wilson, S.D.; D. Tilman. 1993. "Plant competition and resource
availability in response to disturbance and fertilization". Ecology,
Vol. 74, pp. 599-611.

Wilson, S.D.; D. Tilman. 1991. "Interactive effects of fertilization
and disturbance on community structure and resource availability in an
old-field plant community". Oecologia, Vol. 88, pp. 61-71.

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Creation and Review Dates
Last DIF Revision Date: 2017-08-23