Terrain Metrics, Soil Characteristics, and Seasonal Methane Flux at TCEF, 2013.
|Authors:||Kendra E. Kaiser Brian L. McGlynn John E. Dore|
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This data includes cumulative measurements of CH4 flux, average soil water content, and average soil temperature for 32 sites distributed across the Tenderfoot Creek Experimental Forest, MT in the 2013 growing season (May 29th- September 12th). It also includes the associated terrain metrics derived from 3m and 10m DEMs and soil characteristics measured from soil samples. More details and the associated analysis can be found in Kaiser, K.E., B.L. McGlynn, and J.E. Dore (2018), Landscape analysis of methane across complex terrain, Biogeosciences. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information or to use data.
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