Microbial community data consist of abundances of 985 bacteria species measured at 56 soil sample sites from three regions, Kilpisjarvi (Finland), Ny-Alesund (Norway), and Mayrhofen (Austria). In addition to bacteria counts, three continuous environmental variables (pH, available phosphorous and soil organic matter) were measured from each soil sample.
A data frame with abundances of 985 bacteria species measured at 56 soil sample sites
Environmental variables SOM: soil organic matter, pH: soil pH value and Phosp: available phosphorus and information from the samples, including Region: sampling region (Kilpisjarvi (Finland), Ny-Alesund (Norway), and Mayrhofen (Austria).), Site: sampling site and Soiltype: soil sample type (top soil (T) or bottom soil (B))
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