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Archaeal community responses to a decade of ecological restoration: OTU raw data matrix

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Gellie, NJC ; Yan, D ; Mills, JG ; Breed, MF ; Lowe, AJ
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These data can be freely downloaded via the Advanced Ecological Knowledge and Observation System (ÆKOS) Data Portal and used subject to the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International. Attribution and citation is required as described under License and Citation. We ask you to send citations of publications arising from work that use these data to TERN Eco-informatics at datacited@aekos.org.au and citation and copies of publications to nick.gellie@adelaide.edu.au

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Nicholas James Court Gellie
University of Adelaide
Biological Sciences, North Terrace, Adelaide 5005, South Australia
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nick.gellie@adelaide.edu.au

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We generated a total of 2,313,977 16S archaeal raw reads across the 36 replicates (64,277 ± 23,335 SD per replicate). A total of 2,299,955 archaeal sequences (63,888 ± 23,473 SD per replicate) and 1,937 archaeal OTUs (54 ± 20 SD per replicate) remained for further analysis after quality filtering.

Date Submitted : 2017-09-15

Date Accepted : 2017-09-18

Data time period: 2014-12-17 to 2014-12-18

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138.66772,-35.092225

text: Our study system was an active restoration site at Mt Bold, a water catchment reserve of the Mt Lofty Ranges in South Australia (35.07;S, 138.42 E). This catchment was dominated by an open eucalypt woodland that has historically been subjected to tree clearance and grazing that began early in the 20th century. In this context, the native understory and most of the overstory was cleared and replaced by a grassland dominated by introduced grasses. At our study site, grazing ceased in 2003 when South Australia’s water utility (SA Water) took over management. SA Water has actively restored the study site since 2005, with the restoration goal of recreating the local Eucalyptus leucoxylon dominated grassy woodland community.

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