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1. Harvard Forest Long-term Ecological Research [USDA0597]
Harvard Forest research focuses on historical and modern changes in Central New England forests, resulting from human and natural disturbance. The data in "Harvard Forest Long-term Ecological Research ...

2. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)/HFR001: Meteorological Data [LTER_HFR001]
HFR001: Minimum temperature, maximum temperature, and 24-hour precipitation amounts are recorded daily. The Harvard Forest LTER site (HFR) is primarily Eastern deciduous forest. Research topics include: ...

3. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)/HFR002: Forest Inventory [LTER_HFR002]
HFR002: Three forested tracts, comprising a total of 1,200 ha, are sampled every 10-30 years. Stand boundaries are located by ground survey (1936) or aerial photography (1946 and later). Each stand ...

4. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)/HFR003: Tree Maps [LTER_HFR003]
HFR003: Two sites are sampled every 5-15 years: (1) 4 ha, mixed hardwoods, since 1962; (2) 0.7 ha, hemlock, since 1990. Standing trees (> 5 cm) are mapped, and species type, DBH, canopy class, and ...

5. 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, ...

6. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER)/HFR005: Post Hurricane Vegetation Response [LTER_HFR005]
HFR005: Plot level regeneration following the 1938 hurricane is measured at Harvard Forest (since 1938) and at Pisgah (Winchester, New Hampshire, since 1984). Measurements include tree species, DBH, ...

7. 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 ...

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