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1. A Spatial Model of Atmospheric Deposition For the Northeastern U.S. [EOSWEBSTER_CLIMCALC_NE_US]   PARENT DIF
CLIMCALC is a simple model of physical and chemical climate for the northeasten United States (New York and New England) that can be incorporated into a geographic information system (GIS) for integration ...


2. AVHRR derived Northeastern U.S. Landcover [EOSWEBSTER_PnET_Land_Input_NE]   PARENT DIF
This dataset, used as in input to the PnET model, (see parent DIF) was formed by Scott Ollinger at a resolution of 30 arc sec (about 1 kilometer) from a dataset first extracted by R.G. Lathrop and ...


3. Climate Change Effects on NPP and Water Yield [EOSWEBSTER_PnET_CC_NE_US]   PARENT DIF
These datasets were formed from the ratios of two runs of PnET , a forest ecosystem model (see Parent DIF). It represents a grid of pixels in New England and eastern New York at spatial resolution ...


4. Modeling Nitrogen Saturation from PnET model [EOSWEBSTER_PNET_Max_N_Cycle]   PARENT DIF
A generalized, lumped-parameter model of carbon (C) ,water and nitrogen (N) in interactions in forest ecosystems (PnET-CN) is presented. The model operates in a monthly time step and at the stand-to-watershed ...


5. NE U.S. Regional Estimate of NPP Using PnET [EOSWEBSTER_PnET2_NPP_NE_US]   PARENT DIF
We used the PnET-II model of forest carbon and water balances to estimate regional forest productivity and runoff for the northeastern United States. The model was run at 30 arc-second resolution ...


6. NE U.S. Regional Estimate of Water Yield Using PnET [EOSWEBSTER_PnET2_DRN_NE_US]   PARENT DIF
We used the PnET-II model of forest carbon and water balances to estimate regional forest productivity and runoff for the northeastern United States. The model was run at 30 arc-second resolution ...


7. Total Carbon Flux in the Northeastern U.S. [EOSWEBSTER_PnET2_NEP_NE_US]   PARENT DIF
These datasets were formed from the ratios of two runs of PnET , a forest ecosystem model (see Parent DIF). It represents a grid of pixels in New England and eastern New York at spatial resolution ...


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