Monsoon Rainfall Manipulation Experiment (MRME): Soil Temperature Data from the Sevilleta Wildlife Refuge, NM (2010 - present)

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Abstract: 

The Monsoon Rainfall Manipulation Experiment (MRME) is to understand changes in ecosystem structure and function of a semiarid grassland caused by increased precipitation variability, which alters the pulses of soil moisture that drive primary productivity, community composition, and ecosystem functioning. The overarching hypothesis being tested is that changes in event size and variability will alter grassland productivity, ecosystem processes, and plant community dynamics. These data are soil temperature data collected at two depths. They are used in combination with the CO2 concentration and VWC data to calculate carbon flux.

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303
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Monday, August 23, 2010 to Monday, November 23, 2015

Publication Date: 

Tuesday, December 15, 2015
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