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1. NPP Multi-Biome: Global IBP Woodlands Data, 1955-1975, R1 [NPP_IBP]
This data set contains four ASCII data files (.txt format) containing net primary productivity (NPP) data, edaphic characteristics, average climatic conditions, and basic descriptive and quantitative ...


2. LBA-ECO TG-07 FOREST STRUCTURE MEASUREMENTS FOR GLAS VALIDATION: SANTAREM 2004 [LBA-ECO_TG07_FSM]
This data set provides the results of a GLAS (the Geoscience Laser Altimeter System) forest structure validation survey conducted in Santarem and Sao Jorge, Para during November 2004 (Lefsky et al., ...


3. SAFARI 2000 VEGETATION STRUCTURE OF KATABA FOREST, ZAMBIA, WET SEASON 2000 [s2k_mongu_veg]
Tree basal area, percent tree canopy cover, and proportional contribution of main species to canopy cover were measured at 60 sampling points at 50 m intervals along six transects in the vicinity ...


4. SAFARI 2000 STEM AND CANOPY CHARACTERIZATION, KALAHARI TRANSECT, 1995-2000 [s2k_kt_stem_map]
This data set provides species distribution, basal area, height, and crown cover of woody stems at 10 sites along the Kalahari Transect where a large gradient in both the mean and variation of annual ...


5. SAFARI 2000 WOODY VEGETATION CHARACTERISTICS OF KALAHARI AND SKUKUZA SITES [s2k_kt_trees]
This data set contains species composition, basal area, height, and crown cover of all woody plants at six sites along the Kalahari Transect visited in February-March of 2000 as part of SAFARI 2000. ...


6. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)/AND015: Riparian Geomorphic Surface-Vegetation Relationships in the H.J. Andrews Forest [LTER_AND015]
LTER - Long-Term Ecological Research Program/H.J. Andrews Forest (AND) LTER/AND015 [Summary adapted from the LTER Core Data Set Catalog]: Reaches of four streams (0.5 to 3+ km) were mapped for geomorphic ...


7. Forest Response to Anthropogenic Stress (FORAST) Data Base, CDIAC/DB-1005 [CDIAC_DB1005]
The Forest Responses to Anthropogenic Stress (FORAST) project was designed to determine the effect of anthropogenically-produced pollutants and climate on long-term growth patters of several species ...


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