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Lisa Brancaleoni and Renato Gerdol Habitat-dependent interactive effects of a heatwave and experimental fertilization on the vegetation of an alpine mire Journal of Vegetation Science 25

Version of Record online: 17 MAY 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/jvs.12085

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The 2003 heat wave triggered a short-term expansion of vascular plants in an alpine mire. The after-effects of the heat wave interacted with experimental fertilization and differed between habitats. In hummocks, the cover of the moss layer increased because Sphagnum mosses recovered and non-Sphagnum mosses expanded, especially under N addition. In lawns, vascular plants further expanded while mosses did not recover.

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