Variables: Latitude, Longitude, Collection Date, Tree Diameter at Breast Height (DBH) (cm), Tree Ring Width (mm), Plot Name, Species, Foliar Nitrogen Content (%), Foliar delta13C (o/oo)
Date Range: (2011-01-01 to 2012-12-31)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Hallie R. Adams; Holly R. Barnard; Alexander K. Loomis
Contact: Holly R. Barnard, firstname.lastname@example.org
Field Area: Gordon Gulch
dendrochronology, tree ring, tree growth, water use efficiency, 13C stable isotopes, semi-arid, ecohydrology, lodgepole pine, pinus contorta, ponderosa pine, pinus ponderosa
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These data were collected for and used in: Adams, H. R., H. R. Barnard, and A. K. Loomis. 2014. Topography alters tree growth - climate relationships in a semi-arid forested catchment. Ecosphere. Citations referred to in the methods include: Farquhar, G., K. Hubick, A. Condon, and R. Richards. 1989. Carbon isotope fraction and water-use efficiency. In: Stable isotopes in ecological research. Eds. P.W. Rundel, J.R. Ehleringer, and K.A. Nagy. Ecological Studies 68:525. Leavitt, S.W., and S. R. Danzer. 1993. Method for batch processing small wood samples to holocellulose for stable-carbon isotope analysis. Analytical Chemistry 65:87-89. Stokes, M. A., and T. L. Smiley. 1968. An introduction to tree-ring dating. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.
Hallie R. Adams; Holly R. Barnard; Alexander K. Loomis (2012). "CZO Dataset: Gordon Gulch - Tree Growth & Physiology (2011-2012)." Retrieved 20 May 2019, from http://criticalzone.org/national/data/dataset/3888/
Topography alters tree growth–climate relationships in a semi-arid forested catchment. Adams H. R., Brnard H. R., and Loomis A. K. (2014): Ecosphere, Volume 5(11) v Article 148
Ecohydrological consequences of drought- and infestation- triggered tree die-off: insights and hypotheses. Adams H.D., Luce C.H., Breshears D.D., Allen C.D., Weiler M., Hale V.C., Smith A.M.S., and Huxman T.E. (2012): Ecohydrology 5: 145-159
Nonstructural leaf carbohydrate dynamics of Pinus edulis during drought-induced tree mortality reveal role for carbon metabolism in mortality mechanism. Adams H.A., Germino M.J., Breshears D.D., Barron-Gafford G.A., Guardiola-Claramonte M., Zou C.B., and Huxman T.E. (2013): New Phytologist 197: 1142–1151
Support for data was provided by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Terrestrial Ecosystem Science Program (DOE Award #: DE-SC0006968; PI: Holly DE-SC0006968
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