Controls on Carbon Flux in Moist Acidic Versus Nonacidic Tundra, Arctic LTER Data
This dataset contains Controls on Carbon Flux in Moist Acidic Versus Nonacidic Tundra, Arctic Long Term Ecological Research Program (LTER) Data. In an effort to understand soil effects on carbon flux from moist acidic tundra versus moist non-acidic tundra, the investigators collected soil respiration, soil temperature, soil moisture, thaw depth, soil cation, leaf area, leaf nutrient, and litter nutrient data from Long Term Ecological Research (Long Term Ecological Research Program (LTER)) sites in northern Alaska. National Science Foundation awards OPP-9902695 and OPP-9902721 supported this research.
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Minimum (West) Longitude: -149.63, Maximum (East) Longitude: -149.60
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- author: Sarah E. Hobbie
- originator: Laura Gough <email@example.com>
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- principalInvestigator: Sarah E. Hobbie
- principalInvestigator: Laura Gough <email@example.com>
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Hobbie, S., Gough, L. 2009. Controls on Carbon Flux in Moist Acidic Versus Nonacidic Tundra, Arctic LTER Data. Version 1.0. UCAR/NCAR - Earth Observing Laboratory. https://doi.org/10.5065/D67942T9. Accessed 02 Dec 2020.
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