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1. Geophysical Monitoring of the Southwest Florida Coast [USGS_SOFIA_geophys_mon_fy04]
Water management decisions that impact Everglades restoration efforts require high quality data and reliable hydrologic models. Traditionally these data for hydrologic models have been ...


2. NPP Multi-Biome: TEM Calibration Data, 1992, R1 [NPP_TEM]
This data set contains one ASCII data file (.csv format) that is known as the "TEM data set." The data provide pool sizes and fluxes of carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) for 16 globally distributed field ...


3. Vegetation/Ecosystem Modeling and Analysis Project (VEMAP) gridded annual and monthly biogeographic and biogeochemical time series data [EOSWEBSTER_VEMAP2_4]   PARENT DIF
The EOS-WEBSTER VEMAP2 Data Collection contains several datasets which provide historical and future climate variables, and monthly and annual biogeochemical model outputs. ...


4. Vegetation/Ecosystem Modeling and Analysis Project (VEMAP) gridded monthly and annual time series data [EOSWEBSTER_VEMAP2]   CHILD DIFs
The EOS-WEBSTER VEMAP2 Data Collection contains several datasets which provide historical and future climate variables, and monthly and annual biogeochemical model outputs. ...


5. VEMAP 2: ANNUAL ECOSYSTEM MODEL RESPONSES TO U.S. CLIMATE CHANGE, 1994-2100 [vemap2-annual_rslts]
The Vegetation-Ecosystem Modeling and Analysis Project (VEMAP) was a large, collaborative, multi-institutional, international effort whose goal was to evaluate the sensitivity of terrestrial ecosystem ...


6. VEMAP 2: MONTHLY ECOSYSTEM MODEL RESPONSES TO U.S. CLIMATE CHANGE, 1994-2100 [vemap2_monthly_rslts]
The Vegetation-Ecosystem Modeling and Analysis Project (VEMAP) was a large, collaborative, multi-institutional, international effort whose goal was to evaluate the sensitivity of terrestrial ecosystem ...


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