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DATA: Comma Delimited, Excel file with Metadata and data, Dataset via LTER Data Poral
|Dataset Title:||Anatuvuk River fire scar thaw depth measurements during the 2008 to 2012 growing season|
|Investigator 1:|| |
|Organization:||University of Notre Dame|
|Address line 2:||Department of Biological Sciences|
|Address line 3:||100 Galvin Life Sciences Center|
|Investigator 2:|| |
|Organization:||The Ecosystem Center, MBL|
|Address line 2:||7 MBL St.|
|Address line 3:|
|Investigator 3:|| |
|Organization:||The Ecosystem Center, MBL|
|Address line 2:||7 MBL St.|
|Keywords:||Anaktuvuk River fire, thaw depth, permafrost, disturbance|
|Abstract:||The Anaktuvuk River Fire occurred in 2007 on the North Slope of Alaska. In 2008, three eddy covariance towers were established at sites represent ing unburned tundra, moderately burned tundra, and severely burned tundra. Several times during the 2008-2012 growing seasons, thaw depth was measured at approximately 70 points near each of these towers . Data presented here are the individual measurements for each site and date.|
|For questions about the Metadata and data contact the Investigators.
For information about this web site contact:
|Arctic LTER Information Manager
The Ecosystems Center
Marine Biological Lab
7 MBL St
Woods Hole, MA 02543
Phone (508) 289 7496
Online URL: http://ecosystems.mbl.edu/ARC/
|DATA FILE INFORMATION:|
|Data File URL||http://metacat.lternet.edu/das/dataAccessServlet?docid=knb-lter-arc.10123&urlTail=burn/terrestrial/data/2008-2012ARF_ThawDepths.csv|
|Data File Name||2008-2012ARF_ThawDepths.csv|
|Number of Data Records||2064|
|Other Files to Reference|
|Availability Status||Type 1|
|Quality Control Information|
|Maintenance Description||April 2013: 2008-2010ARThawDepths.1 updated to include data from 2011 and 2012. Data collection is ongoing|
|Log of Changes:||In previous document June 20, 2010 was entered twice where the first instance should have been Aug 27, 2009|
|Version 2: Updated to newer metadata form (with sites sheet). CH March 2013.|
|Version 3: Updated to 2012|
|Version 4: Checked keywords against the LTER network preferred list and replaced non-preferred terms. Jim L 15Jan14|
|Location Name||Unburned flux tower||Moderate burn flux tower||Severe burn flux Tower|
|Geographic Description||Anaktuvuk River Fire - Unburned flux tower||Anaktuvuk River Fire - Moderate burn flux tower||Anaktuvuk River Fire - Severe burn flux tower|
|Location Bounding Box|
|West Bounding Coordinate|
|East Bounding Coordinate|
|North Bounding Coordinate|
|South Bounding Coordinate|
|OR if single point location|
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|Methods:||The Anaktuvuk River Fire occurred in 2007 on the North Slope of Alaska. In 2008, three eddy covariance towers were established at sites representing unburned tundra, moderately burned tundra, and severely burned tundra. Several times during the 2008-2010 growing seasons approximately 70 thaw depths were made near each tower. The thaw depths were taken in two separate areas near the towers. Slightly more than half the measurements were taken every 10 m on a 100 x 40 m grid (the CALM grid) located in a representative area <50m south of the towers. The remaining measurements were randomly taken along 30 m transects emanating from the center of each eddy covariance tower in each cardinal direction. Measurements were conducted by inserting a rigid metal rod (~1 cm diameter) vertically into the soil and measuring the depth at which ice bonded soil provided firm resistance. Measurements were taken either from the top of the moss layer or from the soil surface when moss was absent. Note blank cells indicate measurements were not taken.|
Rocha, A.V. and G.R. Shaver (2011) Postfire energy exchange in arctic tundra: the importance and climatic implications of burn severity. Global Change Biology. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02441.x.
|Variable Name||Variable Description||Data Type||Units||DateTime Format||Code Information||Missing Value Code|
|Date||Date of measurement||datetime||DD-MMM-YYYY|
|Thaw depth Unburned||Thaw depth at the Unburned flux tower||number||centimeter|
|Thaw depth Moderate||Thaw depth at the Moderate burn flux tower||number||centimeter|
|Thaw depth Severe||Thaw depth at the Severe burn flux tower||number||centimeter|