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Peer Review #2 of "Species turnover reveals hidden effects of decreasing nitrogen deposition in mountain hay meadows (v0.1)"
Nitrogen (N) deposition is a major threat to biodiversity in many habitats. The recent introduction of cleaner technologies in Switzerland has led to a reduction in the emissions of nitrogen oxides, with a consequent decrease in N deposition. We examined different drivers of plant community change, i.e. N deposition, climate warming, and land-use change, in Swiss mountain hay meadows, using data from the Swiss biodiversity monitoring program. We compared indicator values of species thatdoi:10.7287/peerj.6347v0.1/reviews/2 fatcat:o2qm5t6q3zbdfcj6hv5vra3gqm