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Title ▵▿ Creators ▵▿ Publication Date ▵▿ Package Id ▵▿
Soil temperature in Black Spruce Carbon cycling study along a temperature gradient in interior AlaskaBonanza Creek LTER
Vogel, Jason G.
2006knb-lter-bnz.210.19
Fluxes project at North Temperate Lakes LTER: Hydrology Scenarios Model OutputNTL LTER
University of Wisconsin
Van de Bogert, Matthew
Carpenter, Stephen
Hanson, Paul
2013knb-lter-ntl.286.1
Sediment trap results from Amundsen Sea Polynya International Research Expedition (ASPIRE) including C, N and mass fluxes and isotopic composition, Dec 2010 - Dec 2011Palmer Station Antarctica LTER
Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Ducklow, Hugh
2017knb-lter-pal.242.2
Litterfall at Harvard Forest HEM and LPH Towers since 2002Orwig, David
Hadley, Julian
2009knb-lter-hfr.151.16
Partitioning the Components of Soil Respiration in a Trenching Experiment at Harvard Forest 2009-2010Tang, Jim
Savage, Kathleen
Davidson, Eric
2015knb-lter-hfr.243.3
Effects of Warming on Soil Microbial Communities at Harvard Forest 2011DeAngelis, Kristen
Melillo, Jerry
Frey, Serita
2017knb-lter-hfr.302.1
Continuous Measurement of Canopy Fluorescence at Harvard Forest since 2013Tang, Jim
2016knb-lter-hfr.283.2
Partitioning the Components of Soil Respiration in a Trenching Experiment at Harvard Forest since 2011Tang, Jim
2016knb-lter-hfr.284.1
20-Year Synthesis of Soil Respiration Data at Harvard Forest 1991-2008Davidson, Eric
Ellison, Aaron
Finzi, Adrien
Hadley, Julian
Melillo, Jerry
Munger, William
Ollinger, Scott
Tang, Jim
Varner, Ruth
2012knb-lter-hfr.194.7
Monsoon Rainfall Manipulation Experiment (MRME): Soil Temperature Data from the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, NM (2010 - present)Department of Biology
Collins, Scott
2015knb-lter-sev.303.2

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