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A multivariate approach to the analysis of factorial fertilization experiments in Alaskan arctic tundra



A multivariate approach to the analysis of factorial fertilization experiments in Alaskan arctic tundra



Ecology 63(4): 1029-1038



Canonical analysis was used to analyze the results of factorial NPK fertilization trials on six species growing in arctic tundra at Eagle Creek, Alaska, USA: the graminoids Eriophorum vaginatum and Carex bigelowii, the deciduous shrubs Betula nana and Vaccinium uliginosum and the evergreen shrubs V. vitis-idaea and Ledum palustre.

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DOI: 10.2307/1937242



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