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The Pinnacle grassy box woodland nutrient and weed management experiment 2010-2013

Driscoll, Don 2017, The Pinnacle grassy box woodland nutrient and weed management experiment 2010-2013 [data collection], doi: 10.4225/16/5977065641b15.

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data4_2010.csv Data file 4-2010 Click to show the corresponding preview/stream 25.08KB 1
data9_11_12_13.csv Data file 9-11-12-13 Click to show the corresponding preview/stream 80.21KB 0
site-lat-and-long.csv Data file: Site latitude and longitude Click to show the corresponding preview/stream 499Bytes 0
soil-nutrients.csv Data file: Soil nutrients Click to show the corresponding preview/stream 2.60KB 0

Field of Research 050103 Invasive Species Ecology
Socio Economic Objective 960804 Farmland, Arable Cropland and Permanent Cropland Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity
Type of research activity Applied research
Name of data collection The Pinnacle grassy box woodland nutrient and weed management experiment 2010-2013
Creator(s) Driscoll, DonORCID iD for Driscoll, Don orcid.org/0000-0002-1560-5235
Date completed 2017-07-12
ANDS collection type dataset
Collection start date 2010-11-13
Collection end date 2013-12-15
Description of resource 4 csv files
Keyword(s) Avena fatua, Bromus diandrus, plant competition, invasive exotic weed species, herbivore grazing, plant niche partitioning, nitrogen and phosphorus nutrient enrichment, plant-herbivore interactions, grassy ecosystem restoration, woodland biodiversity conservation
Geographic area (subject) The Pinnacle Nature Reserve and nearby paddocks, Australian Capital Territory
Language eng
Summary These data were used in two publications: DRISCOLL D. A. (2017). Disturbance maintains native and exotic plant species richness in invaded grassy woodlands. Journal of vegetation science 28, 573–584. DRISCOLL D. A. & STRONG, C. (in press 29 June 2017). Covariation of soil nutrients drives occurrence of exotic and native plant species. Journal of Applied Ecology. The data include plant surveys from 100 plots at 10 sites in csv files for 2010 and 2011-2013 soil nutrient data (NO3, available P, org C) from April 2015 in a csv file Site location coordinates.
General notes WEBSITE 1: https://dro.deakin.edu.au/view/DU:30097742
Contact details (email) d.driscoll@deakin.edu.au
Contact details (physical) Driscoll, Don
Copyright notice ©Creative Commons Attribution share alike
Access conditions Where these data form a major component of a new work, co-authorship may be required. Please contact the Chief Investigator/Data Manager to negotiate conditions of re-use
DOI 10.4225/16/5977065641b15
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30097742
Related URL description Disturbance maintains native and exotic plant species richness in invaded grassy woodlands
Covariation of soil nutrients drives occurrence of exotic and native plant species

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