Variables: SO; Soil Order (Oxisol or Inceptisol), FT; Forest Type (Tabonuco or Colorado), CP; Catena Position (choose one: Ridge. Slope. Valley), P; Soil pit (P1 - P20), D; Depth interval (cm), Date; Date assay conducted, Car; carbon concentration (mg / g soil), Nit; nitrogen concentration (mg / g soil), CN; C : N ratio, pH; soil pH in water, water; fraction of water content by mass, Vm; maximum reaction velocity for phosphatase (nmol h^-1 g^-1 soil), Km; Michaelis-constant (µmol L^-1), Ka; Vm / Km (hr ^-1), BicarP; NaHCO extractable phosphorus (mg / kg), NaOHP; NaOH extractable phosphorus (mg / kg), Phos; Total extractable phosphorus (NaHCO3 + NaOH) (mg / kg),
Date Range: (2012-01-01 to 2012-01-31)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Stone, M.M.; Plante, A.F.
Contact: Maddie Stone, email@example.com
acid phosphatase, phosphorus, enzyme kinetics, tropical subsoil, Luquillo
XML is in ISO-19115 geographic metadata format, compatible with ESRI Geoportal Server.
Stone M.M., Plante A.F., Data for changes in phosphatase kinetics with soil depth across a variable tropical landscape. 2013. Soil Biology & Biochemistry.
Stone, M.M.; Plante, A.F. (2012). "CZO Dataset: Luquillo Mountains - Soil Survey (2012) - acid phosphatase kinetic parameters." Retrieved 25 Jun 2019, from http://criticalzone.org/national/data/dataset/3029/
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