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sitePheno-ExplicitPheno-Implicit AND Plant phenology dataset; Caterpillars on shrubs; Nighttime moths; butterfly transects; seasonal soil respiration; fish phenology spotted owl life history; stream ecology; streamflow; stream chemistry; NPP; permanent study plots; sapflow data; cone production; litterfall; fine woody debris inventory ARC SAR backscatter; sedges; evergreen; deciduous plants; Eriophorum flowering; flowering abundance latitudinal transect lake water quality; plankton; inlet discharge; fish; streamflow; stream temperature; stream water quality; aquatic insects; biomass production & chemistry; soil nutrients; thaw depth; trace gas emissions; precipitation chemistry BES ?Streamflow; stream chemistry BNZ ?Defoliating insects; river discharge; litterfall; hare pellets; morel productivity; soil respiration; ice break-up; vegetation cover; soil solution chemistry CAP Plant phenologyLeaf chlorophyll content CCE ?Hydrographic cruise data CDR Insect phenology; SLTER grass phenology; plants of CDR experiments CWT Inter and intra annual variation in belowground carbon pools Litterfall; hydrological datasets; FCE ?water quality; mangrove litterfall; algal and bacterial biomass; fish community dynamics GCE Flowering datesGrasshopper surveys; phytoplankton productivity 1
sitePheno-ExplicitPheno-Implicit HBR Tree phenology; phytophagous insects; caterpillar abundance litterfall; bird population and abundance; biomass; LAI; fine root biomass; streamflow; stream chemistry; lake chemistry; tree growth increments HFR woody species; soil warming experiment; lilacs eddy flux datastreams; streamflow; litterfall; woody increment dendrometer; soil respiration; soil respiration with rainfall exclusion; JRN Phenology transects associated with NPP plots Lizard pitfall data; small mammal trapping; leaf litter; cryptogamic cover; rabbit pellets; soil surface disturbance; termite casings; wetfall vs dryfall precipitation; arthropod pitfall; annual photo series of NPP sites; creosote & mesquite litterfall KBS baseline spatial variability studyLittertrap biomass; ameriflux tower; soil invertebrate survey; insect abundance; soil leachate; KNZ plants (LTER); plants (KEEP); birds (LTER); animals (KEEP) biweekly ANPP; gallery forest litterfall; plant reproductive effort; streamflow; irrigation transect; belowground plots LUQ Tabonuco woody species; fern sporophyte growth Litterfall; shrimp; streamflow; stream chemistry; soil respiration; soil solution chemistry; soil nutrients; soil microbes; arthropod abundance; herbivory; snails MCM ?Streamflow; stream chemistry; snow depth and glacier stake heights; nematode abundance in experiment treatments; bacterial production; [Chl A]; phytoplankton density and production MCR ?? 2
sitePheno-ExplicitPheno-Implicit NTL lake ice seasonalityPhysical limnology; chemical limnology; high resolution DO sensor; groundwater levels; bacterial and plankton respiration; microbial activity NWT individual plants in nodal plots; N & P fertilization; ITEX warming study snow fence experiment; alpine lake ice thickness; NADP measurements; stream chemistry; streamflow; snowpack ablation; snowpack depths; soil trace gas emissions; PAL Adelaide penguin breeding success & chronology; krill surveys physical oceanography; marine carbon cycling; zooplankton surveys; bioacoustic monitoring; bird surveys PIE macrofauna sampling; breeding bird surveys; salt marsh bird surveys; volunteer bird surveys; salinity; nutrient loading; sedimentation; water quality; water discharge; water table height; phytoplankton community in water column; benthic sampling; fertilization experiments SBC ?Stream chemistry; ocean current characteristics and biogeochemistry; streamflow; kelp forest community structure and dynamics; fish abundance; benthic invertebrates and understory algae; abundance and size of giant kelp; historical kelp aerial surveys SEV core site plants; transect plantsBees; grasshoppers; ground-dwelling arthropods; seed germination from NPP data; litterfall; rodent reproductive status; lizard reproductive status; plot level photography; bird survey; oak, piñon, & juniper masting data SGS long term study; grasses; forbs; shrubs;arthropod pitfall sampling; rodent trapping; lagomorph road & nighttime surveys; small mammal trapping; carnivore scat count; vegetation density and cover; aboveground litter decomp; soil biogeochemistry; 13-lined ground squirrel; BBS; avian species road counts; ANPP; plant C:N & lignin VCR ?Spartina alterniflora biomass; small mammal surveys; litter biogeochemistry; water chemistry 3
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