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  • SPR01 Sequential prairie restoration experiment at Konza Prairie
  • Baer, Sara
  • Manning, George
  • 2017-08-05
  • Annual aboveground net primary productivity (ANPP) from the Sequential Prairie Restoration Experiment at the Konza Prairie Long-Term Ecological Research site in Manhattan, KS USA. The data include ANPP from the first three years of restoration in each of three restoration sequences initiated in different years. Data correspond to subplot and whole-plot analyses. The Sequential Prairie Restoration Experiment is a block design with 4 subplots (labeled A - D) within 4 main plots (numbered 1 – 4) sequentially replicated in three blocks (Sequences 1, 2 and 3), with the restoration in each block initiated in a different year (Sequence 1 initiated in 2010, Sequence 2 initiated in 2012, and Sequence 3 initiated in 2014). ‘NO-COLL’ indicates that variable was not measured, A period in the dataset indicates missing data.
  • N: 39.0833      S: 39.0833      E: -96.5833      W: -96.5833
  • knb-lter-knz.104.0  
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  • doi:10.6073/pasta/b999cbc21b09ab3eadc29ee0eef299b5
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