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1. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)/HFR004: Ecosystem Response to Chronic Nitrogen Additions [LTER_HFR004]
HFR004: Nitrogen is being added as ammonium nitrate at rates of 50 and 150 kg/ha-yr in oak-maple and red pine stands. Measurements include nitrogen mineralization, litter decomposition, tree growth, ...


2. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)/HFR006: Hurricane Simulation [LTER_HFR006]
HFR006: Trees will be pulled down to simulate hurricane damage in two mixed hardwood plots: (1) 0.35 ha, September 1989; (2) 0.6 ha, September 1990. In the first plot, the extent of damage, changes ...


3. A Spatial Model of Atmospheric Deposition For the Northeastern U.S. [EOSWEBSTER_CLIMCALC_NE_US]   PARENT METADATA
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 ...


4. AVHRR derived Northeastern U.S. Landcover [EOSWEBSTER_PnET_Land_Input_NE]   PARENT METADATA
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 ...


5. An Ecosystem Model of Carbon, Nitrogen and Water Balances in Forests [EOSWEBSTER_PnET_Ecosystem_Model]   CHILD METADATA
PnET (net photosynthesis / evapotranspiration) is a nested series of models of carbon (C), water and nitrogen dynamics in forest ecosystems. The models can be used to predict transient ...


6. Climate Change Effects on NPP and Water Yield [EOSWEBSTER_PnET_CC_NE_US]   PARENT METADATA
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 ...


7. Modeling Nitrogen Saturation from PnET model [EOSWEBSTER_PNET_Max_N_Cycle]   PARENT METADATA
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 ...


8. NE U.S. Regional Estimate of NPP Using PnET [EOSWEBSTER_PnET2_NPP_NE_US]   PARENT METADATA
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 ...


9. NE U.S. Regional Estimate of Water Yield Using PnET [EOSWEBSTER_PnET2_DRN_NE_US]   PARENT METADATA
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 ...


10. Total Carbon Flux in the Northeastern U.S. [EOSWEBSTER_PnET2_NEP_NE_US]   PARENT METADATA
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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