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1. Geochemical and biological linkages in glacier ecosystems [ASAC_2750]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 2750 See the link below for public details on this project. Glaciers are not frozen rivers, but another aquatic ecosystem in the cryosphere. Most life on ...


2. LBA-ECO ND-02 SOIL GAS FLUX, RAINFALL EXCLUSION, KM 67, TAPAJOS NATIONAL FOREST [LBA_REE]
Moist tropical forests in Amazonia and elsewhere are subjected to increasingly severe drought episodes through the El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and possibly through deforestation-driven reductions ...


3. LBA-ECO ND-02 TRACE GAS FLUX FROM FOREST SOIL, PARA, BRAZIL: 1999-2001 [LBA_FERT]
Understanding secondary successional processes in Amazonian terrestrial ecosystems is becoming increasingly important as continued deforestation expands the area that has become secondary forest, ...


4. Biogenic Particle Fluxes Measured Using Sediment Traps during the JGOFS North Atlantic Bloom Experiment (NABE) [JGOFS_NABE_SEDIMENT]
The Joint Global Ocean Flux Study (JGOFS) seeks to understand the processes that control the transfer of carbon and other biologically active elements in the ocean. In addition, ...


5. Use of Coupled Wetland-Agricultural Ecosystem for Water Quality Remediation [USDA0535]
"Use of Coupled Wetland-Agricultural Ecosystem for Water Quality Remediation" examines the water quality benefits that can be achieved in a coupled wetland-agriculture ecosystem ...


6. Algal composition, physico-chemical features, photosynthetic carbon metabolism, nitrogen cycling and the structure and metabolic properties of algal mats in lakes and streams of southern Victoria Land [K081_1983_1986_NZ_1]
A three year study of lakes and stream of southern Victoria Land was conducted from 1983-1986. In the first season, the algal composition and physico-chemical characteristics of South Victoria Land ...


7. The adaptation of cyanobacterial mats from the McMurdo Ice Shelf, Mt Discovery and the Alph River system to Antarctic environmental extremes [K081_1990_1991_NZ_1]
The microbial adaptations of the cyanobacterial mats of the ponds of the McMurdo Ice Shelf to the environmental extremes experienced at this location, including changes in temperature and salinity, ...


8. The spatial and temporal variability of nutrients (nitrogen, phosporous, carbon) and plant biomass (cyanobacterial biofilms) on the McMurdo Ice Shelf ecosystem [K081_1987_1988_NZ_1]
The area near Bratina Island was studied by examining scales (large and small) of variability (spatial and temporal) of nutrients and plant biomass on the McMurdo Ice Shelf (MIS) with an aim to examine ...


9. The structure and environmental physiology of Antarctic cyanobacterial mats in the McMurdo Ice Shelf ecosystem [K081_1989_1990_NZ_1]
A detailed understanding of how cyanobacterial mats in the ponds of the McMurdo Ice Shelf are structured and how they derive their carbon, nitrogen and energy supply was investigated with a broad ...


10. Estuarine Surface Water Nutrient Chemistry and Water Quality for North Inlet: Former Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)/NIN003 [LTER_NIN003]
LTER - Long-Term Ecological Research Program/North Inlet Salt Marsh, South Carolina (NIN) LTER/NIN003 [Summary adapted from the LTER North Inlet Daily Water Sample (DWS) Data Documentation] The ...


11. Shifts in Carbon Flux Between Plants and Soil Microorganisms [USDA0283]
The objective of this research is to quantify the flux of C and N in the plant-soil system, and to determine if increases in atmospheric CO2 alter the cycling of C and N within the soil. Forest tress ...


12. IAI-Data-CRN_012_Austin_GRASS-DEC: Relative importance of dominant grass species in a water-limited ecosystem in the Patagonian steppe [IAIDIS758]   PARENT DIF
Changes in biodiversity due to human impact of domestic grazers are occurring in many parts of the world, and the net effect of this change could have detrimental effects on ecosystem functioning. ...


13. Daily Estuarine Surface Water Nutrient And Water Quality, Suspended Sediment, and Chlorophyll a Data for the North Inlet Estuary, 1978-1993 [baruch_1978]
A one 1000 ml (one Liter) water sample was collected daily (at approximately 1000 hrs EST - but see note below in section 1.2.3 Supplemental Information) at a depth of 0.5 meter below the water's ...


14. Long-term Forest Nutrient Cycling and Productivity Plots at North Central Forest Station [USDA0152]
The purpose of this dataset is to evaluate the short- and long-term impacts of harvesting and stand conversion in the aspen type growth, nutrient capital, and nutrient cycling. The dataset includes ...


15. Growth and Chemical Responses to CO2 Enrichment - Virginia Pine (Pinus Virginiana Mill.), CDIAC NDP-009 [CDIAC_NDP9]
Growth and chemical responses of Virginia pine grown in open-top growth chambers at elevated CO2 concentrations (+0, +75, +150, +300, +600 ppmv) were evaluated over a four-month period. The seedlings ...


16. Integrated Forest Study (IFS): Atmospheric Deposition and Forest Nutrient Cycling: Oak Ridge Loblolly Site [IFS_OAKRIDGE_SITE]
The Integrated Forest Study (IFS) was a project to evaluate the effects of atmospheric deposition on nutrient cycling in forest ecosystems. Deposition and nutrient cycling were monitored at 17 forested ...


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