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This data is an on-going collection of soil temperature, soil moisture, soil CO2 concentration, and soil O2 concentration starting in October 2021. We have installed sensors and probes at different soil depths across landscapes in five of the former Critical Zone Observatory locations (see the document named "sensor location"). Soil temperature and moisture are measured using Acclima SDI-12 sensors. Soil CO2 concentrations are measured using Eosense CO2 probes (switching to Vaisala GMP343 and GMP251 in 2023). Soil O2 concentrations are measured using Apogee SO-110-L-10 soil oxygen sensors. This dataset, along with our measurements of soil geomicrobiology and biogeochemistry (available in EarthChem), will help us understand the role of microbes as drivers of Critical Zone biogeochemistry and soil formation.
This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
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|National Science Foundation||Collaborative Research: Network Cluster: Geomicrobiology and Biogeochemistry in the Critical Zone|
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