Above and below-ground disturbance responses in Mountain Ash forests
Above and below-ground biological communities and abiotic properties form interactions and feedbacks that underpin critical ecological functions across all terrestrial ecosystems. Despite this, disturbance ecology has traditionally focused on understanding disturbance responses above-ground, with little consideration of those below-ground, or of the interactions between them. New methods such as DNA and RNA meta-barcoding provide an exciting opportunity to quantify below-ground biodiversity and...[Show more]
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