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This data was collected to shed light on future impacts to fen thermal refugia by establishing a baseline understanding of shallow soil temperature variance within a small (<1 ha) mountain fen, and then addressing which environmental factors have the largest influence on these shallow soil temperatures. We examine these aims using in situ soil temperature, air temperature, hydrologic, and vegetation data collected from 2019-2021 across a small mountain fen located in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina, USA. This fen is protected by the Nature Conservancy so its exact location cannot be disclosed.
|This resource is referenced by||Moore, C. and Evans, S.G. (2022) Shallow soil temperatures are heterogeneous across a small mountain fen, Wetlands, doi:10.1007/s13157-022-01566-2.|
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