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Spring wildflowers with Nutrient Network fences in the mountains of southeastern Australia.

Spring wildflowers with Nutrient Network fences, in the mountains of southeastern Australia.

Credit: Jos Moore, University of Melbourne/Monash University


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Nutrient Network fencingin a field at the Cedar Point Biological Station in Oglalla, Nebraska.

Nutrient Network fencing experiments at the Cedar Point Biological Station in Oglalla, Nebraska.

Credit: Charlotte Riggs, UMN


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Zebras and wildebeest graze near experimental enclosures in Tanzania, East Africa.

Zebras and wildebeest graze near experimental enclosures in Tanzania, East Africa.

Credit: T. Michael Anderson and T. Morrison


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A kangaroo in grasslands in Queensland, Australia

Kangaroos are common herbivores at the Burrawan grasslands in Queensland, Australia.

Credit: Jennifer Firn, Queensland University of Technology


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Silwood Park in the U.K. with fenced lots for the Nutrient Network experiment.

Ecologists at Silwood Park in the U.K. are taking part in the Nutrient Network experiment.

Credit: Mick Crawley, Imperial College at Silwood Park, U.K.


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Grasslands amid mountains in southeastern Australia

Grasslands amid mountains in southeastern Australia: sites of extensive Nutrient Network research.

Credit: Jos Moore, University of Melbourne/Monash University


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