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1. BOREAS TF-11 Decomposition Data over the SSA-Fen [BOREAS_TF11DCOM_372_1]
Contains decomposition rates of a standard substrate (wheat straw).


2. BOREAS TGB-03 Plant Species Composition Data over the NSA Fen [BOREAS_TGB3PLSP_382_1]
Composition of plant species that were within the collars used to measure net ecosystem exchange (NEE).


3. Effects of Elevated Carbon Dioxide on Litter Chemistry and Decomposition [litter_decomp_651_1]
The results of published and unpublished experiments investigating the impacts of elevated carbon dioxide on the chemistry (nitrogen and lignin concentration) of leaf litter and the decomposition ...


4. Forest-BGC Model (OTTER) [OTTER_MODEL_36_1]
Steve Running's Forest-BGC Model (v.1991)


5. LBA-ECO CD-08 Coarse Wood Litter Respiration and Decomposition, Manaus, Brazil [CD08_CWD_MANAUS_911_1]
This data sets contains data on coarse wood density, moisture content, respiration rates and decomposition rate constants in csv format from Manaus Brazil measured from 1/1/1996 through 12/31/1997. ...


6. LBA-ECO TG-07 Litter Decomposition, Tapajos National Forest, Para, Brazil: 2000-2001 [LBA_TG07_LDTNF_925_1]
The goal of this study was to determine the effects of soil phosphorus (P) status on litter decomposition rates using two factors: soil texture (with associated differences in soil P pools) and fertilization, ...


7. LINKAGES: An Individual-based Forest Ecosystem Biogeochemistry Model [LINKAGES_1166_1]
This model product contains the source codes for version 1 of the individual-based forest ecosystem biogeochemistry model LINKAGES and two subsequent versions as well as example input and output data. ...


8. VEMAP 2: Annual Ecosystem Model Responses to U.S. Climate Change, 1994-2100 [vemap2-annual_rslts_766_1]
Phase 2 of the VEMAP Project developed historical (1895-1993) gridded data sets of climate (temperature, precipitation, solar radiation, humidity, and wind speed) and projected (1994-2100) gridded ...


9. VEMAP 2: Monthly Ecosystem Model Responses to U.S. Climate Change, 1994-2100 [vemap2_monthly_rslts_767_1]
Phase 2 developed historical (1895-1993) gridded data sets of climate (temperature, precipitation, solar radiation, humidity, and wind speed) and projected (1994-2100) gridded annual and monthly climate ...


10. Forest-BGC Model (OTTER) [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/36_1]
Steve Running's Forest-BGC Model (v.1991)


11. LINKAGES: An Individual-based Forest Ecosystem Biogeochemistry Model [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/1166_1]
This model product contains the source codes for version 1 of the individual-based forest ecosystem biogeochemistry model LINKAGES and two subsequent versions as well as example input and output data. ...


12. VEMAP 2: Annual Ecosystem Model Responses to U.S. Climate Change, 1994-2100 [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/766_1]
Phase 2 of the VEMAP Project developed historical (1895-1993) gridded data sets of climate (temperature, precipitation, solar radiation, humidity, and wind speed) and projected (1994-2100) gridded ...


13. VEMAP 2: Monthly Ecosystem Model Responses to U.S. Climate Change, 1994-2100 [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/767_1]
Phase 2 developed historical (1895-1993) gridded data sets of climate (temperature, precipitation, solar radiation, humidity, and wind speed) and projected (1994-2100) gridded annual and monthly climate ...


14. BOREAS TF-11 Decomposition Data over the SSA-Fen [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/372_1]
Contains decomposition rates of a standard substrate (wheat straw).


15. BOREAS TGB-03 Plant Species Composition Data over the NSA Fen [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/382_1]
Composition of plant species that were within the collars used to measure net ecosystem exchange (NEE).


16. Effects of Elevated Carbon Dioxide on Litter Chemistry and Decomposition [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/651_1]
The results of published and unpublished experiments investigating the impacts of elevated carbon dioxide on the chemistry (nitrogen and lignin concentration) of leaf litter and the decomposition ...


17. LBA-ECO CD-08 Coarse Wood Litter Respiration and Decomposition, Manaus, Brazil [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/911_1]
This data sets contains data on coarse wood density, moisture content, respiration rates and decomposition rate constants in csv format from Manaus Brazil measured from 1/1/1996 through 12/31/1997. ...


18. LBA-ECO TG-07 Litter Decomposition, Tapajos National Forest, Para, Brazil: 2000-2001 [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/925_1]
The goal of this study was to determine the effects of soil phosphorus (P) status on litter decomposition rates using two factors: soil texture (with associated differences in soil P pools) and fertilization, ...


19. BOREAS TF-11 DECOMPOSITION DATA OVER THE SSA-FEN [BOREAS_TF11DCOM]
The BOREAS TF-11 team collected several data sets in their efforts to fully describe the flux and site characteristics at the SSA-Fen site. This data set contains decomposition rates of a standard ...


20. LINKAGES: An Individual-based Forest Ecosystem Biogeochemistry Model [LINKAGES]
This model product contains the source codes for version 1 of the individual-based forest ecosystem biogeochemistry model LINKAGES and two subsequent versions as well as example input and output data. ...


21. EFFECTS OF ELEVATED CARBON DIOXIDE ON LITTER CHEMISTRY AND DECOMPOSITION [litter_decomp]
The results of published and unpublished experiments investigating the impacts of elevated carbon dioxide on the chemistry (nitrogen and lignin concentration) of leaf litter and the decomposition ...


22. LBA-ECO CD-08 COARSE WOOD LITTER RESPIRATION AND DECOMPOSITION, MANAUS, BRAZIL [CD08_CWD_MANAUS]
Respiration from coarse litter (trunks and large branches > 10 cm diameter) was studied in central Amazon forests. Respiration rates varied over almost two orders of magnitude (1.003-0.014 mug C g(-1) ...


23. LBA-ECO TG-07 LITTER DECOMPOSITION, TAPAJOS NATIONAL FOREST, PARA, BRAZIL: 2000-2001 [LBA_TG07_LDTNF]
Once the weathering of parent material ceases to supply significant inputs of phosphorus (P), vegetation depends largely on the decomposition of litter and soil organic matter and the associated mineralization ...


24. FOREST-BGC MODEL (OTTER) [OTTER_MODEL]
Six parameters were investigated and predicted in Running's BGC-forest model: the decomposition ratio of detritic material; the amount of water that was evaporated, respired, and transpired; the net ...


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