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Fenton Tract - Riparian Hemlock Corridor

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Created: Nov 02, 2022 at 12:55 a.m.
Last updated: Nov 02, 2022 at 1:04 a.m.
DOI: 10.4211/hs.48594c7eba41451f91776a296f6464f5
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This repository contains hydrologic data collected at the Fenton Tract Research Forest. The purpose of these data are to understand hydrologic flowpaths through forest soils and to study the impact of forest cover of local and regional hydrologic fluxes.

Meteorological Data
- Fenton Tract Isotopes: contains precipitation, groundwater, and stream isotopic measurements.

Hemlock Site
- Hemlock Site GW: 15-minute groundwater elevation data recorded in the riparian hemlock site adjacent to the Fenton River
- Hemlock Site Soil VWC: Soil volumetric water content measurements in the riparian hemlock site adjacent to the Fenton River
- Hemlock Site Soil Xylem Isotopes: 2H and 18O measurements of soil and xylem water isotopic ratios in the riparian hemlock site adjacent to the Fenton River
- Hemlock Site CVE: Cryogenic Vacuum Extraction notes for soil and xylem samples
- Hemlock tree core relative water content and turgid water contents for 2H correction
- Hemlock Site Root Profiles - three root profiles measured across the hemlock site
- Hemlock Site - tree characteristics (DBH, elevation, distance from stream, location)

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Kevin Li University of Connecticut

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Knighton, J. (2022). Fenton Tract - Riparian Hemlock Corridor, HydroShare,

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