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1. LBA-ECO TG-07 FOREST SOIL P, C, AND N POOLS, KM 83 SITE, TAPAJOS NATIONAL FOREST [TG07_SOIL_NUTRIENTS]
This data set reports phosphorus (P), carbon (C), and nitrogen (N) nutrient pool concentrations for forest soils and roots and P pool concentrations for forest floor litter, soil solutions, and microbial ...


2. Krill Responses to Variations in Environmental Temperature (KREVET) [1039_0_IPEV_FR]
Krill, which represent the most important oceanic biomass, is an essential component of the Antarctic food web. The Antarctic krill (such as Euphausia superba) is strictly stenothermal (Saborowski ...


3. CANOPY CHEMISTRY (OTTER) [OTTER_CHEM]
Canopy characteristics: leaf chemistry, specific leaf area, LAI, PAR, IPAR, NPP, and standing biomass.


4. Eurasian River Historical Nutrient and Sediment Flux Data [ARCSS092]
The Russian Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring (Roshydromet) measured sediment fluxes and nutrient concentrations of sixteen Russian rivers between 1938 and 2000. This ...


5. Chemical Analyses of Soils and Other Surficial Materials of the Conterminous United States [USGS_SOIL_CHEMISTRY]
The following abstract was taken from the the Chemical Analyses of Soils and Other Surficial Materials of the Conterminous United States Metadata, written by David B. Smith, Research Geologist, U.S. ...


6. Ground-water quality in the Lake Champlain basin, New York, 2004 [USGS_OFR_2006_1088_LCB_NY]
Water samples were collected from 11 public-supply wells and 11 domestic wells during the fall of 2004 for analysis to characterize the chemical quality of ground water in the Lake Champlain basin ...


7. PARTIAL PRESSURE OF CO2 IN THE OCEAN SURFACE WATER (LBCM, PARIS) [LPCPCO]
English The data set is collected to measure the air and sea CO2 partial pressure difference between the ocean and the atmosphere and to estimate the CO2 flux at the interface. ...


8. Environmental Biogeology of Aquatic Ecosystem:In the Case of the Rivers in Kanazawa [AQUATICECOSYSTEMKANA2AWA]
Water and clay minerals of sediments in rivers around Kanazawa were twice analyzed during two years to assess water pollution and the role of microbial remediation.For both Saigawa and Asanogawa, ...


9. Geochemical Reference Samples Database from the Geological Society of Japan [GSJ_GEOCHEM_REF]
[Adapted from the Geological Survey of Japan Sample Reference Standards Abstracts Page, 'http://www.aist.go.jp/RIODB/geostand/gsj1maine.html'] The Geological Survey of Japan (GSJ) has issued 31 rock ...


10. Characteristics of Acid Precipitation in Kanazawa City [KANAZAWADAI_ACID_PRECIPITATION]
The concentration of nitrogen dioxide in atmosphere at 200-300 sites in Kanazawa City was measured. At the same time the rain, snow, hail and dust in atmosphere were sampled and concurrently were ...


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