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Overview of experimental treatments of the precipitation reduction experiments at the Elbe tributaries and the Rhine: -50% = 50% precipitation reduction; -25% = 25% precipitation reduction; +N = fertilization with N; control = controls without rainout shelters; control+shelter = controls with rainout shelters.

By Kristin Ludewig (736155), Tobias W. Donath (314674), Bianka Zelle (736156), R. Lutz Eckstein (314667), Eva Mosner (736157), Annette Otte (314673) and Kai Jensen (736158)

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<p>Overview of experimental treatments of the precipitation reduction experiments at the Elbe tributaries and the Rhine: -50% = 50% precipitation reduction; -25% = 25% precipitation reduction; +N = fertilization with N; control = controls without rainout shelters; control+shelter = controls with rainout shelters.</p

Topics: Ecology, Biological Sciences, summer precipitation, floodplain meadows, Rhine River, Rhine River BackgroundFloodplain meadows, Reduced Summer Precipitation, precipitation reduction, crude protein, elbe, climate change scenarios, future.MethodsWe report results, future water levels, hay quantity
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0124140.t001
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/1407895
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