Project: Interactive effects of elevated nitrogen input, climate warming and changing management on forest understorey plant dynamics
- project duration
- 01-OCT-11 – 30-SEP-14
- The principal purpose of this study is to determine the interactive effects of enhanced N inputs, climate warming, and management-driven forest understorey light availability on the performance of forest plants, and the composition and diversity of understorey communities. To address these research questions, we will use a database of forest plant resurveys and conduct nitrogen, temperature, and light manipulation experiments.