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1. Assessing UV-B induced DNA damage in Antarctic plants: is desiccation a compounding factor? [ASAC_1310]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 1310 See the link below for public details on this project. ---- Public Summary from Project ---- Increasing UV-radiation over Antarctica each spring may ...


2. Bryophyte species composition over moisture gradients in the Windmill Islands, East Antarctica; development of a baseline for monitoring climate change impacts [ASAC_1313_Baseline]   PARENT DIF
This metadata record describes supplementary material to accompany the listed publication, and the data described in the paper and the supplementary material relates to AAS (ASAC) project 1313, as ...


3. Climate change and carbon gain in Antarctic mosses - Drying Responses [AAS_2780_dryingresponse]   PARENT DIF
We compared the drying responses of clumps of moss from Casey Station, Antarctica, evaluating the changes in mass, water content, photosynthesis (measured by chlorophyll fluorescence), cellular solute ...


4. Ecological Relationships of Antarctic Tardigrades [ASAC_354]
An analysis of bedrock and associated soils was conducted at a series of coastal localities in East Antarctica as well as further inland in the Prince Charles Mountains. Protozoans and micrometazoans ...


5. An englacial image and water pathways of the Fourcade glacier on King George Island, Antarctic Peninsula, inferred from ground-penetrating radar [KPDC_EIWPFG_KGI_2006]
The distribution of small fractures and water content of the Fourcade glacier on King George Island, Antarctica, was investi- gated in November 2006 and December 2007 by two ground-based (470- and ...


6. The influence of water and nutrient availability on bryophyte communities in continental Antarctica [ASAC_1087]
Bryophyte Ecophysiology - response to water and nutrients. This project is also related to ASAC project 1313 (ASAC_1313) - Impact of global climate change on Antarctic flora: long-term monitoring ...


7. BOREAS RSS-04 1994 JACK PINE LEAF BIOCHEMISTRY AND MODELED SPECTRA IN THE SSA [BOREAS_RSS4LIB]
The BOREAS RSS-04 team focused its efforts on deriving estimates of LAI and leaf chlorophyll and nitrogen concentrations from remotely sensed data for input into the Forest BGC model. This data set ...


8. Chesapeake Bay Maryland Earth Science Study (CBESS) [chesapeak_CBESS]
This is a data table, in comma-delimited, ASCII format, which contains information about selected physical properties, particularly grain size, of 4,255 surficial sediment samples from the Chesapeake ...


9. Gravimetric water contents of soils and permafrost from sites near Lake Vanda in the Wright Valley and at Beacon Heights in the upper Taylor Valley [K150_1993_1994_NZ_2]
The water content of soils and permafrost from localities with a climate contrasting to that of Scott Base were measured from sites near Lake Vanda in the Wright Valley and at Beacon Heights in the ...


10. Measurements of soil water content in the unfrozen soils and the active zone at Marble Point [K150_1991_1992_NZ_2]
The water content in the unfrozen soils and the active zone was compared at different times of the year (January 1990 with November 1991) to determine the extent or significance of soil water changes. ...


11. Seasonal soil temperature and moisture data from a site in Marble Point [K150_1991_1992_NZ_3]
Seasonal behaviour of soil water content cannot be determined from short term periodic site observations but instead by continuous monitoring. In order to attempt to look at this question, a datalogger ...


12. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)/HBR004: Hubbard Brook Soil Temperature, Snow, and Frost [LTER_HBR004]
LTER - Long-Term Ecological Research Program/Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest (HBEF). LTER/HBR004: Soil temperature data have been collected approximately weekly at one location in the Hubbard Brook ...


13. The Accumulation and Bioavailability of Soil Organic Carbon and Nitrogen Under Common Buffer Vegetation in Mid-Atlantic States. [usda.ars.PSWMRL.CommonBuffer]
(from USDA ARS Carbon Storage Planning Workshop Abstracts) Problem: There are large acerages of woods and cool-season grasses in the northeast today, and there may soon be substantial acreages of ...


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