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Vertical snowpack CO2 profile measurements from 2010-2016 in a subalpine forest in southern Wyoming

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Start Date
2010
End Date
2016

Citation

Berryman, E.M., Frank, John, Massman, W.J., and Ryan, M.G., 2017, Vertical snowpack CO2 profile measurements from 2010-2016 in a subalpine forest in southern Wyoming: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F7K35SJH.

Summary

Hourly carbon dioxide (CO2) measurements from four locations of snowpack profiles with vertical spacing of 20 cm over seven winters (2010-2016) at the Glacier Lakes Ecosystem Experiments Site (GLEES) in southern Wyoming. All supporting data on snowpack properties (mostly modeled) are included to calculate hourly snowpack CO2 fluxes from raw data. In addition, turbulence from the adjacent AmeriFlux eddy covariance scaffold are included for statistical analyses. For comparison purposes, manual CO2 measurements collected at the site from 1998-1999 and 2004-2010 are also included. In addition to data, all scripts are provided to calculate fluxes and determine statistical effects of year, replicate and turbulence on calculated fluxes using [...]

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GLEES_snow_CO2_archive.zip 11.9 MB
Old manual CO2 msmts.zip 15.64 KB
Locations.zip 1.62 KB
Berryman_snowpack_metadata.xml
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Purpose

Data were obtained in order to determine wintertime CO2 losses from the snowpack over the course of a massive tree mortality event at GLEES.

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DOI https://www.sciencebase.gov/vocab/category/item/identifier doi:10.5066/F7K35SJH

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