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1. Long Term Slurry on Grassland Experiment, Soil Organic Matter Network, Northern Ireland - DANI.Slurry [DANI.Slurry]
This experiment was initiated in 1970 at a site that was originally temperate deciduous woodland. It then was an estate farm until the agricultural institute founded in 1926. The area ...


2. A Global Data Set of Leaf Photosynthetic Rates, Leaf N and P, and Specific Leaf Area [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/1224]
This is AIRS-CloudSat collocated subset, in NetCDF 4 format. These data contain collocated: AIRS Level 1b radiances spectra, CloudSat radar reflectivities, and MODIS cloud mask. These data are created ...


3. Adaptive strategies of lichen species to cold environments: Antarctica and the Mediterranean high mountains. [CNDA-ESP_ANT94-0905_LIQ_05]   PARENT METADATA
In English: At the beginning of the 1990's our ecophysiological research on Antarctic lichens was focussed on adaptations to cope with low temperatures. We assumed that low ...


4. Albatross Bay Nutrient Data 1992 [CSIRO_albatross_nutrient]
One year of sampling was undertaken in 1992 at four sites in Albatross Bay, Gulf of Carpentaria, measuring nitrate and nitrite, phosphate and silicate levels in the water column. This ...


5. BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES [EIC13]
Results of continuous programme of monitoring of the cycling of nutrients in four upland catchments from 1982 onwards.


6. Benthic mat biomass and productivity (photosynthesis and respiration) in Lake Vanda, Wright Valley and the role of invertebrates in carbon cycling in the lake [K081_1997_2000_NZ_1]
The importance of benthic microbial production in the lakes of the McMurdo Dry Valleys and how the benthic cyanobacterial mats are adapted to survive and grow in deep water (extreme low light but ...


7. Benthic mat biomass, productivity (photosynthesis and respiration) and contributions to lake nutrient cycling in Lake Hoare, Taylor Valley [K081_1996_2000_NZ_1]
The importance of benthic microbial mat production in the Lake Hoare, Taylor Valley and how the mats are adapted to survive and grow in deep water (extreme low light but no freezing) was investigated. ...


8. Bermuda Atlantic Time-Series Study (BATS) Zooplankton Census [vims_BATS]   CHILD METADATA
This study of plankton diversity at the Bermuda Atlantic Time-series Study (BATS) site is part of an initiative to create an online atlas of marine diversity, the Ocean Biogeographic ...


9. Bermuda Atlantic Time-Series Study (BATS) Zooplankton Census (OBIS) [OBIS.BATS]   PARENT METADATA
Abundance and taxonomic analysis of major zooplankton and micronekton groups collected monthly, in both the day and night, from 1994 to 2000 in the Sargasso Sea (31 deg 40 min N, 64 deg 10 min W). ...


10. Bhubaneswar Centre, Orissa (All India Coordinated Research Project on Long Term Fertilizer Experiments) [India.Bhubaneswar]
This long term experiment began in 1972. The experimental site is a tropical area, with a minimum annual temperature of 14 deg C, maximum annual temperature of 37.5 deg C, and mean annual rainfall ...


11. Biology of lichen communities in Antarctica. [CNDA-ESP_LIQ_PAD]   CHILD METADATA
In English: This dataset contains information on the registered data on studies of the biology of lichen communities in Antarctica. This dataset is also the parent record ...


12. Boron Tolerance Databases: Boron Tolerance Limits for Agricultural Crops, USDA-ARS, Soil Salinity Laboratory [USDA.ARS.USSL.BoronCrops]
This database contains boron tolerance information for a variety of agricultural crops. The information was compiled from a variety of studies and the data serve only as guidelines to relative tolerances. ...


13. Boron Tolerance Databases: Boron Tolerance Limits for Ornamentals, USDA-ARS, Soil Salinity Laboratory [USDA.ARS.USSL.BoronOrnament]
This database contains boron tolerance information for a variety of ornamentals. The information was compiled from a variety of studies and the data serve only as guidelines to relative tolerances. ...


14. Bryophyte species composition over moisture gradients in the Windmill Islands, East Antarctica; development of a baseline for monitoring climate change impacts [ASAC_1313_Baseline]   PARENT METADATA
This metadata record describes supplementary material to accompany the listed publication, and the data described in the paper and the supplementary material relates to AAS (ASAC) project 1313, as ...


15. Chesapeake Bay Program [epa_cbprogram]   CHILD METADATA
EPAs Chesapeake Bay Program Office coordinates the goals of the Chesapeake Bay Program (CBP) with the other offices located in EPA's regional office in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The CBP is a unique ...


16. Chesapeake Bay Program Nutrient Point Source Database [CBP_PSDB]
The Chesapeake Bay Program Nutrient Point Source Database contains data from about 600 nutrient dischargers in the Bay watershed. This database provides facility information, average flow data, average ...


17. Chesapeake Bay Program Watershed Model Scenario Output Database [CBP_WSM43]
The Watershed model is an application of HSPF (Hydrologic Simulation Program - Fortran ) run on a unix workstation. The model divides the 64,000 square mile Chesapeake Bay drainage basin into 87 model ...


18. Coastal Forest Chronosequences, British Columbia, Canada [Canada_CFS_CoastForestChrono]
In coastal British Columbia, mild climates and infrequent disturbance favour the development of long-lived forests with trees of great stature. These forests are admired the world over for the magnificent ...


19. Cropping Practices Survey Data [USDA0429]
"Cropping Practices Survey Data" is a set of databases that contain information on nutrient and pesticide use by farmers, tillage practices, and related data for major field crops. It also contains ...


20. Czarny Potok, Soil Organic Matter Experiment, Poland [ARK.Czarny]
This experiment began in 1968 on a natural grassland area of Poland. The site was arable crops to 1945 and later returned to grassland. The land use of this area is permanent meadow now. Treatments ...


21. Distribution of Dissolved Pesticides and Other Water Quality Constituents in Small Streams, and their Relation to Land Use, Willamette River Basin, Oregon [WRIR_97_4268]
Water quality samples were collected at sites in 16 randomly selected agricultural and 4 urban subbasins as part of Phase III of the Willamette River Basin Water Quality Study in Oregon during 1996. ...


22. Ecophysiological and floristic study of the lichen communities in Livingston Island. [CNDA-ESP_ANT89-0804-E_LIQ_01]   PARENT METADATA
In English: Scientific objectives: -Floristic study of Livingston Island. -Structure, succession and dynamism of the principal lichen and bryolichen communities. -Chorological study (distribution) ...


23. Effects of CO2 and Nitrogen Fertilization on Growth and Nutrient Content of Juvenile Ponderosa Pine (ORNL/CDIAC-107, NDP-061A) [CDIAC_NDP061A]
This data set presents measured values of plant diameter and height, biomass of plant components, and nutrient (carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur, potassium, calcium, magnesium, boron, copper, ...


24. Effects of Lime and Crop Residue on Soil Fertility and Crop Yield on Acidic soil under Rice-Rice-Soybean, Taiwan [KDAIS.TaiwanRice]
SITE HISTORY For more than 20 years before the experiment began in 1974, paddy rice was the crop grown on the experimental site. The experimental site is located in the Pintung Plain of Southern ...


25. Effects of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fertilization on Alpine Plant Species Composition [brdlter0030]
Supplementary Information: The information for the abstract, investigator, Geographic Description: The study plots were located just south of the Niwot Ridge Saddle, in the City of Boulder Watershed. ...


26. Effects of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fertilization on Alpine Plant Species Composition: Summary Data [lternwt0031]
Supplementary Information: The information for the abstract, investigator, Geographic Description: The study plots were located just south of the Niwot Ridge Saddle, in the City of Boulder Watershed.


27. Effects of Prescribed Fire on Sediment and Nutrient Loads in Southeastern U.S. Forests [USDA_effectsofprescribedfire]
We used the nutrient cycling model NuCM (Nutrient Cycling Model) as our platform for predicting stream and soil nutrient response after forest management with prescribed fire. Study sites were located ...


28. Fluxes of Nitrogen Oxide and Methane from Nitrogen Amended Soils in the Colorado Alpine [lternwt0029]
In order to determine the effect of increased nitrogen availability on fluxes of N2O and CH4 from alpine soils, we measured fluxes of these gases from fertilized and unfertilized soils in two alpine ...


29. Geescroft Wilderness, Long Term Soil Organic Matter Study [IACR.Geescroft]
This study began in 1885. The area is naturally regenerated woodland since 1885. Map of 1623 shows the field as arable. Arable crops were also present 1847-78. The field was left fallow 1879-82. ...


30. Global Distribution of Fine Root Biomass in Terrestrial Ecosystems [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/658]
Airborne Microwave Observatory of Subcanopy and Subsurface HDF5 5


31. Global Distribution of Root Nutrient Concentrations in Terrestrial Ecosystems [doi:10.3334/ORNLDAAC/659]
Airborne Microwave Observatory of Subcanopy and Subsurface Metadata 5


32. Growth and Chemical Responses to CO2 Enrichment - Virginia Pine (Pinus Virginiana Mill.), CDIAC NDP-009 [CDIAC_NDP9]
Growth and chemical responses of Virginia pine grown in open-top growth chambers at elevated CO2 concentrations (+0, +75, +150, +300, +600 ppmv) were evaluated over a four-month period. The seedlings ...


33. Heard Island Mycorrhizal survey, 2000 [HIMYCO]
Personnel YVES FRENOT 1, DANA M. BERGSTROM 2, J.C. GLOAGUEN 3, R. TAVENARD 4 and D.G. STRULLU 4 1 UMR CNRS 6553 Ecobio, Universit de Rennes 1, Station Biologique, 35380 Paimpont, France, 2 Australian ...


34. Hoosfield Continuous Barley Long Term Trial, Rothamsted [IACR.Hoosfield]
This experiment began in 1852 at Rothamsted, England. The site was occupied (farmed?) since Roman times. Map of 1623 shows field in arable. Arable crops 1847-1851. Clay-with-flints overlying chalk; ...


35. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Bicserd [PUAS.Bicserd]
This experiment began in 1966 on a site that was originally forested. Later, the crops at the site were maize,soya,pea,wheat,maize. Tha land uses in the experiment are: Rotation 1 - wheat,maize,maize,pea; ...


36. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Hajduboszormeny [PUAS.Hajdub]
This experiment began in 1966 on a site that was originally steppe. Later, the crops at the site were maize,wheat,wheat (pea),maize. The land uses in this experiment are: Rotation 1 - wheat,maize,maize,pea; ...


37. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Iregszemcse [PUAS.Iregs]
This experiment began in 1966 on a site that was originally forested. Later, the site had wheat,bean sunflower,maize,(wheat,pea) growing on it. Land use in this experiment consists of: Rotation 1 ...


38. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Karcag [PUAS.Karcag]
This experiment began in 1966 on a site that was originallt steppe. Later, the crops at the site were wheat, sugar beet, lucerne, maize, and pea. The land uses in the experiment are: Rotation 1: ...


39. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Keszthely [PUAS.Keszthely]
This experimnet was started in 1966 on a site that was originally forested. Later, the the crops at the site were wheat, barley, maize (sunflower), pea, (wheat). Tha land uses in the experiment ...


40. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Kompolt [PUAS.Kompolt]
This experiment was started in 1966 in an area that was originally steppe-forest. Later, the crops were sainfoin,sainfoin,wheat,barley,pea (wheat). The land uses in the experiment are: Rotation ...


41. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Mosomnagyarovar [PUAS.Mosomnag]
This experiment began in 1966 on a site that was originally forested. Later, the crops grown on the site were pea and wheat. The treatments and rotations in the experiment are: Rotation 1 - wheat,maize,maize,pea; ...


42. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Nagyhor [PUAS.Nagyhor]
This experiment began in 1966 on a site that was originally a stppe-forest ecosystem. The crops at the site previous to the experiment were pea and wheat. The land uses in the experiment are: Rotation ...


43. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Putnok [PUAS.Putnok]
this experiment began in 1966 on a site that was originally forested. The site then was used for potato,sunflower,wheat,pea,barley,lentil crops. The land uses in the experiment are: Rotation 1 - ...


44. IAI-Data-CRN_012-Chile: Comparison of principal ecosystem functions in forests of contrasting biodiversity in Chile and Argentina [IAIDIS752]   PARENT METADATA
The main objective of this work is to compare principal ecosystem functions in forests of contrasting biodiversity (low in Argentina, high in Chile) and primary productivity in southern temperate ...


45. IAI-Data-CRN_012_Austin_BIOD-NITR: Effects of autotrophic nitrification on C and N cycling in the Patagonian steppe [IAIDIS764]   PARENT METADATA
Human activities are altering biodiversity and the N cycle globally, affecting marine and terrestrial carbon cycling. Only a few specialized bacteria carry out nitrification in terrestrial ecosystems, ...


46. IAI-Data-CRN_012_Austin_GRASS-DEC: Relative importance of dominant grass species in a water-limited ecosystem in the Patagonian steppe [IAIDIS758]   PARENT METADATA
Changes in biodiversity due to human impact of domestic grazers are occurring in many parts of the world, and the net effect of this change could have detrimental effects on ecosystem functioning. ...


47. IAI-Data-CRN_012_Austin_POSIT-DEC: The importance of position of senescent material on decomposition and nutrient release [IAIDIS760]   PARENT METADATA
The importance of standing dead material, including coarse woody debris in forests, has been shown to be important in the regeneration of forests, and critical for maintaining a variety of ecosystem ...


48. IAI-Data-CRN_012_Yahdjian_drought: Drought effects on ecosystem functioning in a semiarid grass-shrub steppe South of Argentina [IAIDIS744]   PARENT METADATA
We studied drought effects on ecosystem functioning in a semiarid grass-shrub steppe South of Argentina. We designed a 2-year rainfall manipulation experiment where we decreased water input with rainout ...


49. Ice Algal Assemblages near Zhongshan Station, East Antarctica between April and December 1992 [PRIC_BIO_ALGAL]
Data on the compositions of ice algal and underlying phytoplankton assemblages, and relating environmental factors, such as chlorophyll-a, nutrient, salinity, and ice structure, were collected at ...


50. Impacts of climate change on Antarctic vascular plants: warming and UV-B radiation [TAD001]
Our research examined the influence of ultraviolet-B radiation (UV-B) and warming on the performance of Antarctic flowering plants (i.e. Deschampsia antarctica, ...


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