Responses of diversity, productivity, and stability to the Nitrogen input in a tropical grassland

Published: 30-09-2019| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/wzd4gg6rvc.2
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R Sagar

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Present data has been collected from an experimental tropical grassland located in Banars Hindu University, India using 72 1×1m plots with 6 N-input levels and with 12 replicates. The experiment was established in 2013. For three years, different doses of urea as a source of N were applied to the plots. Data on individuals and biomass of each species were recorded and statistically analysed. This study reports the effects of different levels of N application on species composition, and the diversity, Productivity, Temporal stability and their relationships.

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The present data is used for the publication of a ms entitled "Responses of diversity, productivity, and stability to the Nitrogen input in a tropical grassland" in Ecological Applications.