Summary & Purpose

Chamber method was used to compare the ecosystem carbon and water flux among three sagebrush types present along an elevational gradient. Chamber data was also used to model seasonal carbon and water flux based on best environmental parameters. This modeled data was compared with eddy tower data.

Date of Publication or Submission

7-21-2018

DOI

https://doi.org/10.18122/reynoldscreek/12/boisestate

Funding Citation

This study was conducted in collaboration and cooperation with the USDA Agriculture Research Service, Northwest Watershed Research Center, Boise, Idaho, and landowners within the Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory (RC CZO). Support for this research was provided by NSF for RC CZO Cooperative agreement NSF EAR-1331872 (Kathleen Lohse, Principal Investigator; Nancy Glenn, Co-Principal Investigator; Alejandro Flores, Co-Principal Investigator; Shawn Benner, Co-Principal Investigator; Mark Seyfried, Co-Principal Investigator). The authors declare no financial conflicts.

Single Dataset or Series?

Single Dataset

Data Format

XML

Time Period

May 2016-September 2016

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