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1. LWF-Tea bag sites [lwf-tea-bag-sites_1.0]
Decomposition of plant litter is a key process for the transfer of carbon and nutrients in ecosystems. Carbon contained in the decaying biomass is released to the atmosphere as respired CO2, and may ...


2. Various Crop Residue Decomposition in a Growth Chamber, USDA-ARS [USDA.ARS.CPCRC.CropResidue]
These data are from P.B. Ford, M.S. thesis work at the University of GA. The data are the results of a controlled conditions study where the residues of wheat, oats, barley, alfalfa, and sorghum ...


3. Fall 2003 Fungal Monitoring - - Marshgrass Ergosterol Content and Ascospore Release Rates at 10 Georgia Coastal Ecosystem Sampling Sites [FNG-GCEM-0401]
Leaves of dominant marsh plants were collected from permanent plots in 10 GCE LTER sampling sites in order to assess the relative biomass and activity of fungal decomposers. The quantity of ergosterol, ...


4. 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 ...


5. Jornada-Long Term Ecological Research Network (LTER) [lter_JRN]
The Jornada Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) project focuses on changes in the distribution of soil resources as an index of the impact of vegetation change--desertification--on semiarid lands. ...


6. LINKAGES: An Individual-based Forest Ecosystem Biogeochemistry Model [LINKAGES]
This model product contains the source codes for version 1 of the individual-based forest ecosystem biogeochemistry model LINKAGES and two subsequent versions as well as example input and output data. ...


7. LBA-ECO ND-08 Biomass, Nutrients, and Decomposition in Eucalyptus and Primary Forests [ND08_BIOMASS_JARI]
This data set reports the concentrations of the nutrients nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), magnesium (Mg), calcium (Ca), and potassium (K) in roots, litterfall, leaves, and twigs, biomass of fine roots ...


8. Lund-Potsdam-Jena Wetland Hydrology and Methane DGV Model (LPJ-WHyMe v1.3.1) [LPJ-WHYME_v1-3-1]
This model product provides the Fortran 77 source code for the Lund-Potsdam-Jena (LPJ) Wetland Hydrology and Methane Dynamic Global Vegetation Model (LPJ-WHyMe v1.3.1), auxiliary C++ routines, ASCII ...


9. EFFECTS OF ELEVATED CARBON DIOXIDE ON LITTER CHEMISTRY AND DECOMPOSITION [litter_decomp]
The results of published and unpublished experiments investigating the impacts of elevated carbon dioxide on the chemistry (nitrogen and lignin concentration) of leaf litter and the decomposition ...


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