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Effects of Flood Inundation and Invasion by Phalaris arundinacea on Nitrogen Cycling in an Upper Mississippi River Floodplain Forest data
This data set consists of monthly averages of soil and litter properties. Rows are grouped in the following order: year, month, vegetation type, plot ID. Within a single month five plots were sampled within each of the 2 vegetation types (10 plots total). Columns F+ represent individual measurements.
Effects of flood inundation, invasion by Phalaris arundinacea, and nitrogen enrichment on extracellular enzyme activity in an Upper Mississippi River floodplain forest: Data
This data set consists of soil properties and extracellular enzymes activities measured during 2014.
Since 2008, large-scale restoration programs have been implemented along the Willamette River, Oregon, to address historical losses of floodplain habitats for native fish. For much of the Willamette River floodplain, direct enhancement of floodplain habitats through restoration activities is needed because the underlying hydrologic, geomorphic, and vegetation processes that historically created and sustained complex floodplain habitats have been fundamentally altered by dam construction, bank protection, large wood removal, land conversion, and other influences (for example, Hulse and others, 2002; Wallick and others, 2013). For gravel-bed rivers like the Willamette River, planimetric changes (defined here as geomorphic...