Variables: soil order, forest type, catena position, pit, soil depth, carbon concentration, nitrogen concentration, total extractable phosphorus, ppm (sum of Bicarb and NaOH P), sodium bicarbonate extractable P, NaOH extractable P, soil pH (1:10 soil : DI water), water content, alphia glucosidase activity, alpha glucosidase activity per unit biomass, alphia glucosidase activity per unit soil C, beta glucosidase activity, beta glucosidase activity per unit biomass, beta glucosidase activity per unit soil C, beta xylosidase activity, beta xylosidase activity per unit biomass, beta xylosidase activity per unit soil C, cellobiohydrolase activity, cellobiohyrolase activity per unit biomass, cellobiohyrolase activity per unit soil C, N-acetyl glucosaminidase activity, N-acetyl glucosaminidase activity per unit biomass, N-acetyl glucosaminidase activity per unit soil C, acid phosphatase activity, acid phosphatase activity per unit biomass, acid phosphatase activity per unit soil C, carbon-degradizing enzyme activity (AG+BG+BX+CBH), carbon-degrading enzyme activity per unit biomass, log ( (NAG / (AG + BG+BX+CBH))+1) represents ratio of N:C enzyme activity, log((AG+BG+BX+CBH)/AP)+1) represents ratio of C:P enzyme activity, log((NAG/AP)+1), AG+BG+BX+CBH+AP+NAGrepresents total extracellular enzyme activity, (AG+BG+BX+CBH+AP+NAG) / bio.nmol represents total enzyme activity normalized to total biomass, Actinobacteria biomass, Arbuscular mycorhizal fungi biomass, Anaerobic bacteria biomass, Eukaryote biomass (non-fungal), Fungal biomass (non-AMF), Gram negative bacteria biomass, Gram positive bacteria biomass, General biomarkers biomass (non-specific to a certain group), nmol Act C / bio.nmol, nmol AMF C / bio.nmol, nmol Ana C / bio.nmol, nmol Euk C / bio.nmol, nmol Fung C / bio.nmol, nmol GramN C / bio.nmol, nmol GramP C / bio.nmol, Act + Ana + GramN + GramP, Fung + AMF,
Date Range: (2011-06-01 to 2012-07-05)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Stone M.M.; Plante A.F.
Contact: Miguel Leon email@example.com
extracellular enzyme activity, microbial community structure
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Stone M. M., J.L. DeForest, and A.F. Plante (2014), Changes in extracellular enzyme activity and microbial community structure with soil depth at the Luquillo Critical Zone Observatory. University of Pennsylvania.
Stone M.M.; Plante A.F. (2012). "CZO Dataset: Northeastern Puerto Rico - Soil Microbes, Soil Geochemistry (2011-2012) - Enzyme activity and microbial community structure ." Retrieved 26 Mar 2019, from http://criticalzone.org/luquillo/data/dataset/3970/
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