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RCCZO -- Flux Tower, Meteorology, Ecosystem model, Nutrient Fluxes -- Data for Partitioned Carbon and Energy Fluxes -- Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed -- (2014-Ongoing)


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Abstract

Observations of ecosystem processes across gradients provide invaluable information on the effects of potential shifts in the observed gradient. Ongoing observations from a network of four eddy covariance systems are available to quantify water and carbon fluxes along a climate/elevation gradient within a sagebrush ecosystem. The network is part of the Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory located in southwestern Idaho, USA and contributes to ongoing long-term environmental research and monitoring by the USDA Agricultural Research Service at the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed. The sites include a Wyoming big sagebrush site, a low sagebrush site, a post-fire mountain big sagebrush site, and a mountain big sagebrush site located at elevations ranging from of 1425 to 2111 m. Climate variation follows the montane elevation gradient; mean annual precipitation at the sites varies from 290 to 795 mm, and mean annual temperature ranges from is 9.1 to 5.4°C. Annual Gross Ecosystem Production (GEP) for the sites averaged 349, 555, and 814 gC/m2, respectively for the first two years of observation. Annual Net Ecosystem Production (NEP) indicated that the Wyoming big sagebrush site at the lowest elevation was nearly carbon-neutral for 2015, while the other sites had a net flux of 110 to 150 gC/m2 to the ecosystem during the first two years.

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WGS 84 EPSG:4326
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Decimal degrees
Longitude
-116.7451°
Latitude
43.2014°

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DOI https://doi.org/10.18122/B2TD7V
Recommended Citation Fellows, Aaron W.; Flerchinger, Gerald N.; Seyfried, Mark S.; and Lohse, Kathleen. (2017). Data for Partitioned Carbon and Energy Fluxes Within the Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory [Data set]. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.18122/B2TD7V
BSU ScholarWorks Link https://scholarworks.boisestate.edu/reynoldscreek/4/

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Agency Name Award Title Award Number
National Science Foundation Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory 1331872
USDA Agricultural Research Service

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Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory
USDA-ARS Northwest Watershed Research Center Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed

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Fellows, A. W., G. N. Flerchinger, M. S. Seyfried, K. A. Lohse (2020). RCCZO -- Flux Tower, Meteorology, Ecosystem model, Nutrient Fluxes -- Data for Partitioned Carbon and Energy Fluxes -- Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed -- (2014-Ongoing), HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/88aeaff53f7948fcbe5029f6e0308b05

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