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Betasso & Gordon Gulch - Soil Respiration - (BT-GG_Flux_Array) (2012-2013)

Soil CO2 Flux measurements for multiple plots in Betasso, Lower Gordon Gulch, and Upper Gordon Gulch Group. ID: BT-GG_Flux_Array

Variables:  PLOT (unique identifying integer), DATE.TIME (date in format of “month/day/year 24hour/minute”), SWC (soil moisture (% volumetric) averaged from 3 locations adjacent to soil chamber), SOILT (soil temperature (degrees Celsius) from one location adjacent to soil chamber), RS (average instantaneous soil respiration (micro moles C per square meter per second) over three locations per site), RS.SE (standard error of soil respiration (n=3)), LOCATION (CZO site identifier), LAT (latitude in decimal degrees), LONG (longitude in decimal degrees)

Date Range:  (2012-06-26 to 2013-10-03)

Dataset Creators/Authors:  Holly Barnard; Erin Berryman

Contact:  Holly.Barnard@Colorado.EDU

Field Area:   Betasso | Gordon Gulch

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  • Description

    Soil Respiration Measurements at Betasso, Lower Gordon Gulch, and Upper Gordon Gulch.

    Sensor array IDs and descriptions-
    BT_Flux_12
    BT_Flux_13
    BT_Flux_14
    GGL_Flux_22
    GGL_Flux_24
    GGL_Flux_25
    GGL_Flux_26
    GGL_Flux_27
    GGL_Flux_28
    GGL_Flux_29
    GGU_Flux_210
    GGU_Flux_211
    GGU_Flux_213

    Each array includes
    GGU_Flux_Man_213, Manual Measurement Soil Pi, Soil carbon dioxide flux, Manually-operated closed chamber survey system (Speckman et al. 2014)
    GGU_Flux_SM300_213, Sensor, Soil Pit, Soil Moisture measurements at 5 cm depth-SM300 with HH2 Meter, Delta-T Devices, Cambridge, UK
    GGU_Flux_HH508_213, Sensor, Soil Pit, Soil Temperature at 10cm-HH508 with Type E thermocouple penetration probe, Omega Engineering, Stamford, CT, USA
    Comments
    METHODS:

    Soil carbon dioxide flux measured at multiple times during the growing seasons of 2012 and 2013, each from a surface area of 0.03178 m^2, using a manually-operated closed chamber survey system (Speckman et al. 2014) with accompanying soil moisture measurements at 5 cm depth (SM300 with HH2 Meter, Delta-T Devices, Cambridge, UK) and soil temperature (HH508 with Type E thermocouple penetration probe, Omega Engineering, Stamford, CT, USA) at 10 cm depth. Measurements were made at three plots in Betasso, five plots in Lower Gordon Gulch (seven in 2013), and three plots in Upper Gordon Gulch.

    REFERENCE: Speckman, Heather N.; Frank, John M.; Bradford, John B.; Miles, Brianna L.; Massman, William J.; Parton, William J.; Ryan, Michael G. 2014. Forest Ecosystem respiration estimated from eddy covariance and chamber measurements under high turbulence and substantial tree mortality from bark beetles. Global Change Biology, in press.

  • Keywords

    soil respiration, soil temperature, soil moisture, carbon dioxide

    XML Metadata

    criticalzone.org/boulder/data/xml-metadata-test/3884/

    XML is in ISO-19115 geographic metadata format, compatible with ESRI Geoportal Server.

  • Citation for This Dataset

    Berryman et al. JGR-Biogeosciences, under review.

    Citation for This Webpage

    Holly Barnard; Erin Berryman (2013). "CZO Dataset: Betasso & Gordon Gulch - Soil Respiration (2012-2013) - (BT-GG_Flux_Array)." Retrieved 24 Aug 2019, from http://criticalzone.org/boulder/data/dataset/3884/

  • Acknowledgements

    Funding

    U.S. Department of Energy’s Terrestrial Ecosystem Science Program DE-SC0006968

Data

Boulder Creek CZO - Soil CO2 Flux 2012

(.csv)   Data Level 0,  Metadata

Boulder Creek CZO - Soil CO2 Flux 2013

(.csv)   Data Level 0,  Metadata

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