Data set of soil microbial diversity in Namco, Qinghai Tibet Plateau (2015)
File name: N+month, read is the sequencing direction, including R1 (forward) and R2 (reverse)
Data reading method: offline data can be opened by text program (such as Notepad), and the main content is sequencing base quality.
The processed OTU table can be opened with office software, and the subject content is the OTU table and species classification information based on 97% sequence identity.
1. Fan, D. D., Kong, W. D., Wang, F., Yue, L. Y., & Li, X. Z. (2020). Fencing decreases microbial diversity but increases abundance in grassland soils on the Tibetan Plateau. Land Degradation & Development, 31(17), 2577-2590.( View Details | Bibtex)
Using this data, the data citation is required to be referenced and the related literatures are suggested to be cited.
CASEarth:Big Earth Data for Three Poles（grant No. XDA19070000） (No:XDA19000000)
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