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1. Coastal Maine Submerged Aquatic Vegetation Data 1993-1997 [Coastal_Change_Analysis_Program_Maine_SAV_data_set]
Maine's eelgrass (SAV) meadows form an important aquatic habitat for the state. These meadows provide shelter for juvenile fish, and invertebrates. In certain locations they also help stabilize unconsolidated ...


2. Meteorological Observations and Climate Data from Moscow, Russia (1810-1937) [NCL00087_88]
The climate data resides in 1 book, 'Meteoroligische Beobachtungen in Moskau im Jahre' (C/db L685) written in German. The data contained in this book are daily and monthly surface climatic data for ...


3. Monitoring and Manipulation of Tundra Response to Climate Change, Arctic LTER, Toolik Lake, Alaska [ARCSS091]
The investigator has undertaken long-term field experiments and monitoring at the Arctic Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) station, Toolik Lake, Alaska, exploring the effects of climate change ...


4. Terrain and Vegetation of Imnavait Creek, AK: Permanent Plots [ARCSS110]
This data report is a summary of environmental, soil, and vegetation information collected from 73 study plots at the Department of Energy R4D research site, located near Imnavait Creek in northern ...


5. Terrain and Vegetation of Imnavait Creek, AK: Toposequence Study [ARCSS111]
This data report is a summary of environmental, soil, and vegetation information collected from 23 study plots at the Department of Energy R4D research site, located near Imnavait Creek in northern ...


6. Terrain and Vegetation of Toolik Lake, AK: Permanent Plots [ARCSS018]
This data set is a summary of environmental, soil, and vegetation information collected from 81 study plots at the Toolik Lake research site in northern Alaska. Data include site factors, soil classification, ...


7. NODC Taxonomic Code Version 8.0 [NOAA_NODC_TAXONOMIC_CODE]
The National Oceanographic Data Center (NODC) Taxonomic Code is the largest, most flexible, and widely used of the various coding schemes that have been developed to adapt the Linnean system of ...


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