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1. LBA-ECO ND-02 Landsat Imagery, Para, Brazil: 1984, 1994, and 1999 [ND02_LANDSAT_TM_MSS_PARA]
This data set provides Landsat images of the county of Sao Francisco do Para located in the Bragantina region of Para, Brazil, the oldest agriculture frontier in Amazonia. These images are subsets ...


2. LBA-ECO ND-02 AGRICULTURAL AND SECONDARY FOREST SOIL TRACE GAS FLUX, PARA: 2001-2004 [LBA_ASFSTGF_PARA]
Fires set for slash-and-burn agriculture contribute to the current unsustainable accumulation of atmospheric greenhouse gases, and they also deplete the soil of essential nutrients, which compromises ...


3. BOREAS TGB-12 SOIL CARBON AND FLUX DATA OF NSA-MSA IN RASTER FORMAT [BOREAS_TGB12CFD]
The BOREAS TGB-12 team made measurements of soil carbon inventories, carbon concentration in soil gases, and rates of soil respiration at several sites. This data set provides: (1) estimates of soil ...


4. LBA-ECO ND-02 SECONDARY FOREST TREE HEIGHTS AND DIAMETERS, PARA, BRAZIL: 1999-2005 [LBA_ND02_THDBH]
Understanding secondary successional processes in Amazonian terrestrial ecosystems is becoming increasingly important as continued deforestation expands the area that has become secondary forest, ...


5. 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 ...


6. 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, ...


7. LBA-ECO ND-02 SOIL TRACE GAS FLUXES IN EASTERN AMAZONIA, PARA, BRAZIL: 1999-2003 [LBA_ND02_SGF_Apeu]
Changes in land-use and climate are likely to alter moisture and substrate availability in tropical forest soils, but quantitative assessment of the role of resource constraints as regulators of soil ...


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