primary production

Abstract
Gaius Shaver, 2022 Above ground plant biomass in a mesic acidic tussock tundra experimental site 2015, Arctic LTER, Toolik Lake, Alaska.. 10.6073/pasta/c733e2d9526616a20711f3856840344a
Above ground plant biomass and leaf area were measured in a tussock tundra experimental site. The plots were set up in 1981 and have been harvested in previous years (See Shaver and Chapin Ecological Monographs, 61(1), 1991 pp.1-31.) This file contains the biomass numbers for each harvested quadrat and per cent carbon and nitrogen and phosphorous summaries for control and fertilized plots.
AON Imnavait
Abstract
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2009 Eddy Flux Measurements, Fen Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2009. 10.6073/pasta/89b3bbfa4d6a4cdaa9f46adf1dc3e38c
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2013 Eddy Flux Measurements, Fen Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2013. 10.6073/pasta/8a56d914f1e5621be1c433824b10751b
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2007 Eddy Flux Measurements, Fen Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2007. 10.6073/pasta/36867e3f4a87f7e795887eb3b6a35d76
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2014 Eddy Flux Measurements, Fen Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2014. 10.6073/pasta/a96811cb3f27a1ca85e942a6cd19055c
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2012 Eddy Flux Measurements, Fen Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2012. 10.6073/pasta/6ccaa43585d7948838562520f6b95c07
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2008 Eddy Flux Measurements, Fen Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2008. 10.6073/pasta/a3d83e1c21f8257016a77cb89a714105
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2009 Eddy Flux Measurements, Ridge Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2009. 10.6073/pasta/3868b61c92b399edc6929f814a1da7ef
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
Kevin Griffin, M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2008 Eddy Flux Measurements, Tussock Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2008. 10.6073/pasta/03a76c6fcb26107983a7f09aa9d29c62
The Biocomplexity Station was established in 2005 to measure landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska. The station is now contributing valuable data to the Arctic Observing Network that was established at two nearby stations. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Kevin Griffin, Gaius Shaver, 2012 Eddy Flux Measurements, Tussock Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2012. 10.6073/pasta/813e4116ee7879035bdb9a35aae381a6
The Biocomplexity Station was established in 2005 to measure landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska. The station is now contributing valuable data to the Arctic Observing Network that was established at two nearby stations. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Kevin Griffin, Gaius Shaver, 2013 Eddy Flux Measurements, Tussock Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2013. 10.6073/pasta/3eb47a3aab539531b90a7336aff56e30
The Biocomplexity Station was established in 2005 to measure landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska. The station is now contributing valuable data to the Arctic Observing Network that was established at two nearby stations. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
Kevin Griffin, M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2007 Eddy Flux Measurements, Tussock Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2005. 10.6073/pasta/834c43e51dc5647a1af9922f9d246498
The Biocomplexity Station was established in 2005 to measure landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska. The station is now contributing valuable data to the Arctic Observing Network that was established at two nearby stations. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2007 Eddy Flux Measurements, Ridge Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2007. 10.6073/pasta/29f7e2c8ff4c5d325f984140f6a798f7
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
Kevin Griffin, M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2010 Eddy Flux Measurements, Tussock Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2010. 10.6073/pasta/ba4d125620aecd9e66f267b1c87f3a63
The Biocomplexity Station was established in 2005 to measure landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska. The station is now contributing valuable data to the Arctic Observing Network that was established at two nearby stations. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Kevin Griffin, Gaius Shaver, 2011 Eddy Flux Measurements, Tussock Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2011. 10.6073/pasta/6cb2537adeeb317add88046b3475a03a
The Biocomplexity Station was established in 2005 to measure landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska. The station is now contributing valuable data to the Arctic Observing Network that was established at two nearby stations. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
Kevin Griffin, M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2009 Eddy Flux Measurements, Tussock Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2009. 10.6073/pasta/190d7d196ff9a3bf5d9d3b170641c0f3
The Biocomplexity Station was established in 2005 to measure landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska. The station is now contributing valuable data to the Arctic Observing Network that was established at two nearby stations. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2014 Eddy Flux Measurements, Ridge Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2014. 10.6073/pasta/da3ed80f42ca4245f39e5ded1fd0a5e2
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2010 Eddy Flux Measurements, Ridge Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2010. 10.6073/pasta/8342b7e66eb89f79df17e3111e12f876
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2008 Eddy Flux Measurements, Ridge Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2008. 10.6073/pasta/874dd6c8657c49457c25c410bd5e9040
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Kevin Griffin, Gaius Shaver, 2014 Eddy Flux Measurements, Tussock Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2014. 10.6073/pasta/65c267593c2cc3f16653c4536b9d956f
The Biocomplexity Station was established in 2005 to measure landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska. The station is now contributing valuable data to the Arctic Observing Network project that was established at two nearby stations. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2013 Eddy Flux Measurements, Ridge Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2013. 10.6073/pasta/1088c31ca72d30644f71b622b00ff2bc
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2011 Eddy Flux Measurements, Ridge Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2011. 10.6073/pasta/20e56860e067b13f44be60e0309434ce
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2010 Eddy Flux Measurements, Fen Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2010. 10.6073/pasta/101857a6e7cc539c7d46cea3c2d07936
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
Kevin Griffin, M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2007 Eddy Flux Measurements, Tussock Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2007. 10.6073/pasta/7ad8f527a54c8d7f1c51c57f1b375d32
The Biocomplexity Station was established in 2005 to measure landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska. The station is now contributing valuable data to the Arctic Observing Network that was established at two nearby stations. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2011 Eddy Flux Measurements, Fen Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2011. 10.6073/pasta/b32f11b0bc37c8625fa0a4ba05e13f1d
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2012 Eddy Flux Measurements, Ridge Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2012. 10.6073/pasta/219e9c83b826659104b112a51a4e3ee4
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2017 Eddy Flux Measurements, Fen Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2015. 10.6073/pasta/0c1736202ade8cd1acf9a29fa7f4da63
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia.  These will form part of a network of obervatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data  points as part of the International Polar Year.  This particular part of the project focuses on simultaneous measurements of carbon, water and energy fluxes of the terrestrial landscape at hourly, da
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Kevin Griffin, Gaius Shaver, 2018 Eddy Flux Measurements, Tussock Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2016. 10.6073/pasta/000c00519355c08c59ed45494be8fd80
The Biocomplexity Station, now known as the Tussock Station, was established in 2005 to measure landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska.  The station is now contributing valuable data to the Arctic Observing Network that was established at two nearby stations.  These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.  This particular part of the project focuses on simultaneous measurements of car
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2018 Eddy Flux Measurements, Ridge Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2016. 10.6073/pasta/2bc85ddbd13c7c2d064b76e782dde859
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia.  These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.  This particular part of the project focuses on simultaneous measurements of carbon, water and energy fluxes of the terrestrial landscape at hourly, da
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2018 Eddy Flux Measurements, Ridge Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2015. 10.6073/pasta/a6a7c2ac8cd87d30a2a9cd19fe298a2e
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia.  These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.  This particular part of the project focuses on simultaneous measurements of carbon, water and energy fluxes of the terrestrial landscape at hourly, da
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2018 Eddy Flux Measurements, Fen Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2016. 10.6073/pasta/59e67bf3d58d26f8c931dbb75ea4c2cf
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia.  These will form part of a network of obervatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data  points as part of the International Polar Year.  This particular part of the project focuses on simultaneous measurements of carbon, water and energy fluxes of the terrestrial landscape at hourly, da
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Kevin Griffin, Gaius Shaver, 2018 Eddy Flux Measurements, Tussock Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2015. 10.6073/pasta/2ffd814b0953d1147a59e62888ad977b
The Biocomplexity Station, now known as the Tussock Station, was established in 2005 to measure landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska.  The station is now contributing valuable data to the Arctic Observing Network that was established at two nearby stations.  These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.  This particular part of the project focuses on simultaneous measurements of car
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Kevin Griffin, Gaius Shaver, 2019 Eddy Flux Measurements, Tussock Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2017. 10.6073/pasta/93e9a05b00e0e619b3942472ba1f7796
The Biocomplexity Station was established in 2005 to measure landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska. The station is now contributing valuable data to the Arctic Observing Network that was established at two nearby stations. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Kevin Griffin, Gaius Shaver, 2019 Eddy Flux Measurements, Tussock Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2018 - Provisional. 10.6073/pasta/bf5b2104c5bda4284b84dee76e5fdfd9
The Biocomplexity Station was established in 2005 to measure landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska. The station is now contributing valuable data to the Arctic Observing Network that was established at two nearby stations. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2019 Eddy Flux Measurements, Fen Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2017. 10.6073/pasta/51fa67b4cc08f5817de1f32d8e63b5bf
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia.  These will form part of a network of obervatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data  points as part of the International Polar Year.  This particular part of the project focuses on simultaneous measurements of carbon, water and energy fluxes of the terrestrial landscape at hourly, da
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2019 Eddy Flux Measurements, Fen Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2018 - Provisional. 10.6073/pasta/d2b3c0a30a4d9c26feeb5495fd8d32c8
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia.  These will form part of a network of obervatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data  points as part of the International Polar Year.  This particular part of the project focuses on simultaneous measurements of carbon, water and energy fluxes of the terrestrial landscape at hourly, da
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2019 Eddy Flux Measurements, Ridge Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2017. 10.6073/pasta/3cd4d50c3765a0639fad42bce20cb413
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia.  These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.  This particular part of the project focuses on simultaneous measurements of carbon, water and energy fluxes of the terrestrial landscape at hourly, da
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2019 Eddy Flux Measurements, Ridge Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2018 - Provisional. 10.6073/pasta/55fdb1ea7a5b9121f5aced573c97a3a6
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia.  These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.  This particular part of the project focuses on simultaneous measurements of carbon, water and energy fluxes of the terrestrial landscape at hourly, da
Kevin Griffin, M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2007 Eddy Flux Measurements, Tussock Station, Imnavait Creek, Alaska - 2006. 10.6073/pasta/428373a65cdcd2895b5c7e64302221b4
The Biocomplexity Station was established in 2005 to measure landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnavait Creek, Alaska. The station is now contributing valuable data to the Arctic Observing Network that was established at two nearby stations. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
Burn Terrestrial Data
Abstract
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Michelle Mack, Gaius Shaver, 2013 Above ground plant and below ground stem biomass of samples from the moderately burned site at Anaktuvuk River, Alaska. 10.6073/pasta/6646ac57a7397b9c8d1a2dc3c95a566c
Above ground plant and below ground stem biomass were measured in 2011 from three sites at and around the Anaktuvuk River Burn: severely burned, moderately burned and unburned. These samples were analyzed for carbon and nitrogen concentrations.
Adrian V Rocha, 2020 Anaktuvuk River, Alaska, USA tussock tundra flowering in response to fire severity, 2008-2015. 10.6073/pasta/54a41c062a42c0538e2a0aa6dd347bdb
Eriophorum vaginatum flower counts from annual photographs at the severe, moderate, and unburned Anaktuvuk River, Alaska, USA flux tower sites during
Adrian V Rocha, 2020 Point-frame measurments from a nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and N+P fertilization experiment at the 2007 Anaktuvuk River, Alaska, USA fire scar during the 2016-2019 growing seasons. 10.6073/pasta/c28d78e8a3c11b52b38cf1f1c01dc671
This file contains point-frame measurements from a
Model data
Abstract
Edward Rastetter, 2020 Model output, drivers and parameters for Ecosystem Recovery from Disturbance is Constrained by N Cycle Openness, Vegetation-Soil N Distribution, Form of N Losses, and the Balance Between Vegetation and Soil-Microbial Processes . 10.6073/pasta/24624a295f418f36ae90c99ab49bca07
Files used to generate the data for figures in:
Rastetter, EB, Kling, GW, Shaver, GR, Crump, BC, Gough, L. Ecosystem Recovery from Disturbance Is Constrained by N Cycle Openness, Vegetation-Soil N Distribution, Form of N Losses, and the Balance between Vegetation and Soil-Microbial Processes. Ecosystems (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-020-00542-3.
Edward Rastetter, Bonnie Kwiatkowski, 2020 Model executable, output, drivers and parameters for modeling organism acclimation to changing availability of and requirements for substitutable and interdependent resources. 10.6073/pasta/314852535992295685284214cc0ae78b
Files used to generate the data for figures in: Rastetter, EB, Kwiatkowski, BL. An approach to modeling resource optimization for substitutable and interdependent resources. Ecological Modelling (2020). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2020.109033. This paper presents a hierarchical approach to modeling organism acclimation to changing availability of and requirements for substitutable and interdependent resources. Substitutable resources are resources that fill the same metabolic or stoichiometric need of the organism.
Terrestrial Biomass
Abstract
Laura Gough, Sarah Hobbie, 2004 Above ground plant and belowground stem biomass in moist acidic and non-acidic tussock tundra experimental sites, 2001, Arctic LTER, Toolik Lake, Alaska.. 10.6073/pasta/4195a17564c031686d5b95b551119fd5
Above ground plant and belowground stem biomass was measured in moist acidic and non-acidic tussock tundra experimental sites. Treatments sampled were control plots and plots amended with nitrogen and phosphorus.
Gaius Shaver, 1998 Above ground plant biomass and leaf area of moist acidic tussock tundra 1981 experimental site, Arctic LTER, Toolik Lake, Alaska.1995.. 10.6073/pasta/c8cc8ae964a9f9c68ffbf96cbb61e4e9
Above ground plant biomass and leaf area were measured in a tussock tundra experimental site. The plots were set up in 1981 and have been harvested in previous years (See Shaver and Chapin Ecological Monographs, 61, 1991 pp.1-31).
Gaius Shaver, 2002 Plant leaf area in Arctic LTER tussock tundra experimental small mammal exclosures.. 10.6073/pasta/ad59eb7b05e4a22138a4d4c27b56f03b
Leaf areas were measured on quadrats harvested in Arctic LTER tussock tundra experimental small mammal exclosures. Treatments included Control, Nitrogen plus Phosphorus with both fenced and unfenced plots. In addition a moist non-acidic tussock tundra site was harvested. Biomass was also measured for each quadrat but is in a separate file.
Gaius Shaver, 1990 Above ground plant biomass a moist acidic tussock tundra experimental site, 1984, Acric LTER, Toolik Lake, Alaska.. 10.6073/pasta/08a91cb2697f7cdc82d654e82b53c5c5
Above ground plant biomass was measured in a tussock tundra experimental site. The plots were set up in 1981 and have been harvested in previous years (See Shaver and Chapin Ecological Monographs, 61(1), 1991 pp.1-31.) This file is the July 26-27, 1984 harvest of the controls and nitrogen + phosphorus treatments.
Laura Gough, Sarah Hobbie, 2004 Aboveground plant and belowground stem biomass were measured in moist acidic and moist non-acidic tussock tundra experimental plots, Toolik Field Station, Alaska, Arctic LTER 2000.. 10.6073/pasta/6e0b4ea291f4b5940b2b8b80af917bd5
Aboveground plant and belowground stem biomass were measured in moist acidic and moist non-acidic tussock tundra experimental plots. Treatments at the acidic site include control and nitrogen (N) plus phosphorus (P) amendments; treatments at the non-acidic site include N, P, N+P, greenhouse warming, and greenhouse+N+P.
Note:  Version 8 corrected an error where Carex vaginata was listed twice under treatment of "Nitrogen Phosphorus".  The tissues with 8 quadrats were "Greenhouse"  treatment.
Kevin Griffin, Natalie Boelman, 2020 Carbon dioxide flux measurements from Arctic LTER Heath Tundra herbivore exclosures, Toolik Field Station, Alaska 2013 . 10.6073/pasta/3319313d52f5da852316567b2a5c0cad
Ecosystem carbon dioxide (CO2) flux light response curves were measured from Arctic LTER heath tundra herbivore exclosures. This file contains the CO2 and normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) data for each plot
AON Isotopes
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Erik Hobbie, John Moore, 2017 Carbon and nitrogen isotopes and concentrations in terrestrial plants from a six-year (2006-2012) fertilization experiment at the Arctic LTER, Toolik Field Station, Alaska.. 10.6073/pasta/011d1ba5f14fc9057dd67ff201174543
The data set describes stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes and carbon and nitrogen concentrations from an August 2012 pluck of a fertilization experiment begun in 2006. Fertilization was with nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P). Fertilization levels included control, F2, F5, and F10, with F2 corresponding to yearly additions of 2 g/m2 N and 1 g/m2 P, F5 corresponding to yearly additions of 5 g/m2 N and 2.5 g/m2 P, and F10 corresponding to yearly additions of 10 g/m2 N and 5 g/m2 P. After harvest, plants were separated by species and then by tissue.
Lakes Chlorophyll and Primary Production
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Anne Giblin, George Kling, 2022 Chlorophyll a and primary productivity data for various lakes near Toolik Research Station, Alaska, Arctic LTER. Summer 2010 to 2020. 10.6073/pasta/1981b68e5b34e2a87436cdf76e40b417
Decadal file describing the chlorophyll a and primary production in various lakes near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W) during summers from 2010 to 2020. Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date of analysis (incubation), time, depth and rates of primary production. The amount of chlorophyll a and pheophytin were also measured.
Anne Giblin, George Kling, 1992 Chlorophyll a and primary productivity data for various lakes near Toolik Research Station, Arctic LTER. Summer 2000 to 2009.. 10.6073/pasta/c14fe6e5bb0e2a2c6a74d51a6943c667
Decadal file describing the chlorophyll a and primary production in  various lakes near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W) during summers from 2000 to 2009.  Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date of analysis (incubation), time, depth and rates of primary production.  The amount of chlorophyll a and pheophytin were also measured.
Thermokarst MEL
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Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra regrowth after a thermal erosion event: Simulation F - increased N deposition. 10.6073/pasta/04a2ff938b67d9d1dd4e648d370856b6
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. A 100 yr old thermal erosion event response to N fertilization.. 10.6073/pasta/a1464ee098b4693f2aea4078b3e5a35c
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra control simulation. 10.6073/pasta/46323340d5b33913e9399e750cb3600b
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. A 100 yr old thermal erosion event response to NP fertilization.. 10.6073/pasta/f7bb757427c523e546489a2f4cf957d4
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra regrowth after a thermal erosion event: Simulation E - reduced Phase I soil organic matter. 10.6073/pasta/5534808e2359f56db12593fde6bb42d0
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. A 100 yr old thermal erosion event under control conditions.. 10.6073/pasta/8adc3b89c8c73fe1870ad82536575f99
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra regrowth after a thermal erosion event: Simulation A - increased Phase II soil organic matter. 10.6073/pasta/83564c3cce28be248d93b384d58ffda1
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. A 100 yr old thermal erosion event response to P fertilization.. 10.6073/pasta/7d253bd599910b0a6497c83d74369f32
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra regrowth after a thermal erosion event: Simulation I - doubled Phase I decomposition. 10.6073/pasta/3171b861f8c2009bdd2d1acdf5738179
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra regrowth after a thermal erosion event: Simulation J - doubled Phase II decomposition. 10.6073/pasta/56b00b38bd5dd8c1dc2b1b8b0b1255a8
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra regrowth after a thermal erosion event: Simulation H - increased N and P deposition. 10.6073/pasta/4f6210c24640c0070a871ca95cd53b9f
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra shade house simulation. 10.6073/pasta/8cf3a98c0e86a5b7e17fe9b3ada34199
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra phosphorus fertilization simulation. 10.6073/pasta/055aebf21d403577c188049995c75ca6
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra regrowth after a thermal erosion event: Simulation B - increased Phase I soil organic matter. 10.6073/pasta/e75ab68cb99fd5094c4ebcb660986e61
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra fertilized greenhouse simulation. 10.6073/pasta/e25f1d4053e23f89a1c0e5e93c967553
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra recovery after a thermal erosion event. 10.6073/pasta/ba85d7312407e90a46fac604467f3ac7
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization simulation. 10.6073/pasta/fa66c6160400843ee8936df23b91881c
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra regrowth after a thermal erosion event: Simulation D - reduced Phase I and Phase II soil organic matter. 10.6073/pasta/9f471a11c32968f2aebcc27d292a3694
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra nitrogen fertilized simulation. 10.6073/pasta/be12688c444a9546f2d5fae9182f78f1
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra recovery after a thermal erosion event: saturating nutrients.. 10.6073/pasta/07cba61c48ce8b31830daac1986d1c21
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra regrowth after a thermal erosion event: Simulation C - increased Phase I and Phase II soil organic matter. 10.6073/pasta/b3eb66158a1b1d77148ff63d145e8d90
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra regrowth after a thermal erosion event: Simulation G - increased P deposition. 10.6073/pasta/22cdf3a3353448cb0f819b5121a5c014
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Tussock tundra greenhouse simulation. 10.6073/pasta/97587f197c22b52ab9e637ffca4fceeb
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
Andrea Pearce, 2014 Long term response of arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features: A modeling analysis. Undisturbed tussock tundra. 10.6073/pasta/f83d33ff75b3ab2c690564d7c597b364
The Multiple Element Limitation (MEL) model is used to simulate the recovery of Alaskan arctic tussock tundra to thermal erosion features (TEFs) caused by permafrost thaw and mass wasting. TEFs could be significant to regional carbon (C) and nutrient budgets because permafrost soils contain large stocks of soil organic matter (SOM) and TEFs are expected to become more frequent as climate warms. These simulations deal only with recovery following TEF stabilization and do not address initial losses of C and nutrients during TEF formation.
AON Cherskii
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M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Sergey Zimov, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2010 Eddy Flux Measurements, Pleistocene Park, Cherskii, Russia - 2010. 10.6073/pasta/29e5b0085da3935a4cf03eea053834ad
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Sergey Zimov, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2008 Eddy Flux Measurements, Pleistocene Park, Cherskii, Russia - 2008. 10.6073/pasta/e6b33a58d12fc0102b7a6c9bbf6f21dc
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Sergey Zimov, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2011 Eddy Flux Measurements, Pleistocene Park, Cherskii, Russia - 2011. 10.6073/pasta/afb6900e4d0d15aeb15c92279200199f
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Sergey Zimov, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2013 Eddy Flux Measurements, Pleistocene Park, Cherskii, Russia - 2013. 10.6073/pasta/26c5b917fd648829fa2fda488ea926b8
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Sergey Zimov, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2012 Eddy Flux Measurements, Pleistocene Park, Cherskii, Russia - 2012. 10.6073/pasta/d6f0a023c99d69f92c2c82243096eef6
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Sergey Zimov, Gaius Shaver, Eugenie Euskirchen, 2009 Eddy Flux Measurements, Pleistocene Park, Cherskii, Russia - 2009. 10.6073/pasta/e7513b90e3022b3af0972614a32c018d
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Sergey Zimov, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2014 Eddy Flux Measurements, Pleistocene Park, Cherskii, Russia - 2014. 10.6073/pasta/c1ed6d8d4dce62008d2a907d8f93ab48
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia. These will form part of a network of observatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data points as part of the International Polar Year.
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Sergey Zimov, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2017 Eddy Flux Measurements, Pleistocene Park, Cherskii, Russia - 2015. 10.6073/pasta/7faa303fb88e25c6a4100656d779e372
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia.  These will form part of a network of obervatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data  points as part of the International Polar Year.  This particular part of the project focuses on simultaneous measurements of carbon, water and energy fluxes of the terrestrial landscape at hourly, da
M. Syndonia Bret-Harte, Sergey Zimov, Eugenie Euskirchen, Gaius Shaver, 2017 Eddy Flux Measurements, Pleistocene Park, Cherskii, Russia - 2016. 10.6073/pasta/33b883392937af888cbd3646680236dd
In contribution to the Arctic Observing Network, the researchers have established two observatories of landscape-level carbon, water and energy balances at Imnaviat Creek, Alaska and at Pleistocene Park near Cherskii, Russia.  These will form part of a network of obervatories with Abisko (Sweden), Zackenburg (Greenland) and a location in the Canadian High Arctic which will provide further data  points as part of the International Polar Year.  This particular part of the project focuses on simultaneous measurements of carbon, water and energy fluxes of the terrestrial landscape at hourly, da
Landscape Interactions Lake Climate
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George Kling, 2019 Meteorological data collected on Toolik Lake during the ice free season for 2010-2012, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska. 10.6073/pasta/7dbf0cfaec3efa3f8bbef703e7cf4825
File describing the metological conditions on Toolik Lake (named the Toolik Lake Climate station), adjacent to the Toolik Field Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W).  This is a floating climate s
George Kling, 2022 Meteorological data collected on Toolik Lake during the ice free season for 2014-2020, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska. 10.6073/pasta/f881ff2cf8d9bd5dc5cef91b5684f870
File describing the meteorological conditions on Toolik Lake (named the Toolik Lake Climate station), adjacent to the Toolik Field Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W).  This is a floating climat
Streams Metabolism
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William "Breck" Bowden, 2019 Kuparuk River Whole Stream Metabolism Arctic LTER, Toolik Field Station Alaska 2012-2017. 10.6073/pasta/cd383e684fb53d1b1d36712720b31c32
The Kuparuk River has been the central research location on the impact of added phosphorus to arctic streams. Additions of phosphorus occred since 1983. Today, 4 specific reaches show certain characteristics based on the years that they recieved fertilization. Whole Stream Metabolism is a way to quantify primary production of this stream system. Calculations were done using dissolved oxygen, discharge, stage, light and temperature measured by sondes and other equipment strategically deployed in the field at locations to quantify each of the unique stream reaches.
Streams Moss
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William "Breck" Bowden, 2020 Moss point transect data for the Kuparuk River near Toolik Field Station, Alaska 1993-current.. 10.6073/pasta/be64e293c977546d3732b511ed348e81
This file contains the consolidated data for percent cover of dominant bryophytes and other easily identifiable macro-algae in the experimental reaches of the Kuparuk River beginning in 1993 and updated annually. In some years percent cover was recorded more than one time per season. In all years percent cover was recorded in riffle habitats and in some (early) years percent cover was recorded for pool habitats. Moss point transects have been done on the Kuparuk since 1993.
AON Toolik Lake
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Werner Eugster, George Kling, James A Laundre, 2020 Turbulence and flux data from eddy flux platform on Toolik Lake, Alaska 2009-2015. . 10.6073/pasta/919cd028d73ef4f8427d951148f974ec
Yearly file describing the turbulence conditions on Toolik Lake including the CH4, CO2 and H2O fluxes over the lake adjacent to the Toolik Field Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W).  This location is a floating platform where eddy flux measurements have been made, and should not be confused with either the Toolik Field Station Climate site, which is a land-based station, or the Toolik Lake Climate Station that is lake-based but at a different location (approximately 300 m from the eddy platform).
Modeling Data
Abstract
Edward Rastetter, Kevin Griffin, Laura Gough, Jennie McLaren, Natalie Boelman, 2021 Modeling the effect of explicit vs implicit representaton of grazing on ecosystem carbon and nitrogen cycling in response to elevated carbon dioxide and warming in arctic tussock tundra, Alaska - Dataset B. 10.6073/pasta/5f95c98e963409a447322b205bbc7f62
We use a simple model of coupled carbon and nitrogen cycles in terrestrial ecosystems to examine how explicitly representing grazers versus having grazer effects implicitly aggregated in with other biogeochemical processes in the model alters predicted responses to elevated carbon dioxide and warming. The aggregated approach can affect model predictions because grazer-mediated processes can respond differently to changes in climate from the processes with which they are typically aggregated.
Edward Rastetter, Kevin Griffin, Laura Gough, Jennie McLaren, Natalie Boelman, 2021 Modeling the effect of explicit vs implicit representaton of grazing on ecosystem carbon and nitrogen cycling in response to elevated carbon dioxide and warming in arctic tussock tundra, Alaska - Dataset A. 10.6073/pasta/e8f2890db0a7a64a76580cadb47b472c
We use a simple model of coupled carbon and nitrogen cycles in terrestrial ecosystems to examine how explicitly representing grazers versus having grazer effects implicitly aggregated in with other biogeochemical processes in the model alters predicted responses to elevated carbon dioxide and warming. The aggregated approach can affect model predictions because grazer-mediated processes can respond differently to changes in climate from the processes with which they are typically aggregated.
Terrestrial
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Laura Gough, Sarah Hobbie, 2005 Percent carbon and percent nitrogen of above ground plant and belowground stem biomass samples from experimental plots in moist acidic and moist non-acidic tundra, 2001, Arctic LTER, Toolik Lake, Alaska.. 10.6073/pasta/75de62f9de5e22e63a76c8b48b99cf2b
Percent carbon and percent nitrogen were measured from above ground plant and belowground stem biomass samples from experimental plots in moist acidic and moist non-acidic tundra. Biomass data are in 2001lgshttbm.dat.
Terrestrial Trace Gases
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Gaius Shaver, 2010 Best fit parameters describing net CO2 flux light response curves measured during the ITEX CO2 flux survey 2003-2009.. 10.6073/pasta/c7a1ddd4b19dcbfa7c46175b89881750
Ecosystem CO2 flux light response curves were measured on 1m x 1m plots ( some 0.3m x 0.3m plots in 2006 and some 0.7m x0.7m plots in 2009) across the arctic. This file contains the best fit parameters that describe these light response curves, together with corresponding NDVI data for each curve.
Gaius Shaver, 2010 ITEX circumarctic CO2 flux survey data from Toolik, Alaska; Abisko, Sweden; Svalbard, Norway; Zackenberg, Northeast Greenland; Anaktuvuk River Burn, Alaska and Barrow, Alaska 2003-2009.. 10.6073/pasta/7e6f56dfe5b6d1d6545a24c3bdd9505e
Ecosystem CO2 flux light response curves were measured on 1m x 1m plots across the arctic. This file contains the CO2 and H2O flux measurements and NDVI data for each plot. Survey plots were located in the Toolik Lake LTER fertilization experiment in Alaska; at Imnavait Creek, Alaska; at Paddus, Latnjajaure and the Stepps site near Abisko in northern Sweden; at various sites in Adventdalen, Svalbard; in the Zackenberg valley, Northeast Greenland; at BEO near Barrow, Alaska and at the Anaktuvuk River Burn in Alaska. Measurements were made during the growing seasons 2003 to 2009.
Gaius Shaver, 2013 Maximum canopy height from 14 flux canopy and 19 point frame plots sampled near the shrub LTER sites at Toolik Field Station, Alaska, summer 2012.. 10.6073/pasta/7b7fb8822b918e03c6803b6ba352894b
Maximum canopy height measurements for deciduous shrub canopies sampled for both 1m x 1mc hamber flux polots (n=14) and point frame plots (n=19) in the summer of 2012 near LTER shrub plots at Toolik Lake, AK. The canopies were dominated either by Salix pulchra or Betula nana species, and plot locations were preferentially selected for tall canopies (height > 75 cm). The methods for the chamber flux and point frames are outlined here briefly, though the data from these measurements are contained in separate files.
Gaius Shaver, 2013 Individual chamber flux measurements from 14 flux whole-canopy shrub plots sampled near the shrub LTER sites at Toolik Field Station, Alaska, summer 2012.. 10.6073/pasta/4b5f0a6ac4cd14e233d7e7173fd40464
“Flux data” contains the CO2 and water flux data along with the corresponding diffuse light fraction at the time of measurement from the ITEX shrub canopy project taken at Toolik Lake, Alaska in 2012. Each record is a single LiCor flux measurement made with LiCor 6400 photosynthesis system, with associated average pressure, temperature, PAR, water vapor, and other data such as NDVI and LAI measurements taken with a DeltaT SunScan wand under both direct and diffuse light conditions.
Gaius Shaver, 2012 Summary of three different Leaf Area Index (LAI) methodologies of 19 1m x 1m point frame plots sampled near the LTER Shrub plots at Toolik Field Station in AK the summer of 2012.. 10.6073/pasta/d820beac421a90a6ea65b3b589537f66
Summary of three methods used to estimate the Leaf Area Index (LAI) of 19 1m x 1m plots sampled with a point frame near the LTER Shrub plots at the Toolik Field Station in AK the summer of 2012. The methods used were: (1) exponential relationship between LAI and NDVI as measured above the canopy with a Unispec spetroradiometer; (2) Delta-T SunScan canopy analyzer held at 5 cm above the ground under both direct and diffuse light conditions; (3) pin-drop point frame tequnique. Where values have been averaged (such as for the NDVI and SunScan measurements), the standard deviation is given.
Gaius Shaver, 2012 Leaf Area Index every 15 cm of 1m x 1m chamber flux and point frame plots and sites where dataloggers monitored PAR above, within and below S. pulchra and B. nana canopies during the growing season at the Toolik Field Station in AK, Summer 2012.. 10.6073/pasta/627698983259d6963a6083d5251723cc
Leaf area index (LAI) measurements were taken with the Delta-T SunScan wand every 15 cm from the ground to above the canopy under both direct and diffuse light. conditions The data includes all outputs from the SunScan wand: time of measurement, transmitted light, spread of PAR sensors, beam fraction, and zenith angle.
Gaius Shaver, 2012 A/Ci curve parameters measured from shoots harvested at three levels in the canopy from 19 1m x 1m plots dominated by S. pulchra and B. nana shrubs near LTER Shrub plots at Toolik Field Station, AK the summer of 2012.. 10.6073/pasta/1f1df6b91414fd96c0c4e0aa9933f43b
A/Ci curve parameters and modeled carboxylation, electron transport, and triose-phosphate utilization efficiency rates from shoots clipped from low, mid, and the top of tall, shrub canopies dominated either by Salix pulchra or Betula nana species. Six shoots were harvested from each 1m x 1m plot, two from each level in the canopy. These plots were located near the LTER shrub plots at the Toolik Field Staion, AK for point frame measurements, and all measurements took place the summer of 2012.
Gaius Shaver, 2013 Summary of soil temperature, moisture, and thaw depth for 14 chamber flux measurements sampled near LTER shrub sites at Toolik Field Station, Alaska, summer 2012.. 10.6073/pasta/7ccf390e6fe4824e93b7a2b844605a40
Soil temperature at 5cm and 10cm depth [°C], volumetric water content (VWC) [%] and depth of thaw [cm] for 14 shrub canopy flux plots measured in vicinity of the Toolik Field Station, AK in 2012.
Gaius Shaver, 2012 Light response curves measured from shoots harvested at three levels in the canopy from 19 1m x 1m plots dominated by S. pulchra or B. nana shrubs near LTER Shrub plots at Toolik Field Station, AK the summer of 2012.. 10.6073/pasta/427415da725d34c28540d03683f04900
This dataset contains light response curves and modeled light curve parameters from shoots clipped from low, mid, and the top parts of tall, shrub canopies dominated either by Salix pulchra or Betula nana. Six shoots were harvested from each 1m x 1m plot, two from each level in the canopy in plots located near the LTER shrub plots at Toolik Field Station, AK the summer of 2012. The species harvested were chosen based on the species present in each plot, thus the species from each segment of the canopy may not be the same.
Gaius Shaver, 2012 Daily summaries of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), relative humidity, and temperature data logged above, within, and below Betula nana and Salix pulchra shrub canopies during the summer of 2012 in vicinity of Toolik Lake, Alaska.. 10.6073/pasta/101237eb155ec6efe1be26807c1025ec
This file contains limited daily summaries of PAR, relative humidity, and temperature data monitored above, within, and below Betula nana and Salix pulchra shrub canopies at two locations near Toolik Lake, Alaska during the summer of 2012. The location of the PAR sensor and dataloggers were co-located with the LTER shrub plots (block 1 and 2), also used for the chamber flux and point frame measurements taken this same year.
Gaius Shaver, 2013 Summary of measured and modeled light curve parameters for diffuse, direct, and intermediate light curves for 14 whole-canopy 1mx1m plots sampled near the shrub LTER sites at Toolik Field Station, Alaska, summer 2012.. 10.6073/pasta/4bc7067bbfad38c9368c522cf1bf633d
14 1m x 1m shrub plots were sampled the summer of 2012 under direct and diffuse light conditions. Light response curves were measured under each light condition for each plot using a Li-Cor 6400 to measure net ecosystem exchange (NEP); these measurements were modelled using a saturatingMichaelis-Menton formula.
Gaius Shaver, 2013 Total and diffuse photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) recorded by a beam fraction (BF3) sensor during the summer of 2012 in vicinity of Toolik Lake, Alaska.. 10.6073/pasta/e07cdf2782e0016405f9845e02ef5542
This file contains irradiance (PAR) and diffuse light data logged from a beam fraction (BF3) sensor near Toolik Lake, Alaska during the summer of 2012. The data comes from a compilation of automated datalogger readings as well as measurements taken during the field season in conjunction with the Delta-T SunScan wand to measure PAR in tall shrub canopies dominated by Betula nana or Salix pulchra species. The sensor was leveled and mounted to a 2m tripod in each location, and programmed to record instantaneous readings in 30 second to 5 minute intervals.
Gaius Shaver, 2012 Plot descriptions and location data from datalogger, 1m x 1m chamber flux and point frame plots sampled near Toolik Field Station in Alaska the summer of 2012.. 10.6073/pasta/926e2979102d5d34c193582969a97bca
"2012_GS_PFandCH_GPS" contains GPS locations of all datalogger, 1m x 1m chamber flux and point frame plots sampled IVO Toolik Field Station in Alaska during the summer of 2012. The sorting variables (YEAR, DATE, SITE, GROUP, PLOT, TREAT, PLOT SIZE) are identical to those in other files with data collected that season. The main purpose of this file is for reference and as an aid in interpretation of data analyses and among-site comparisons.
Gaius Shaver, 2012 Photosynthetically Active Radiation data taken with the Delta-T SunScan wand every 15 cm of 1m x 1m chamber flux and point frame plots as well as four remotely monitored canopies at the Toolik Field Station in AK, Summer 2012.. 10.6073/pasta/d82658b4361c7bad120af2da74885ce4
Within-canopy PAR was measured with a Delta-T SunScan wand every 15 cm from the ground to above the canopy under both direct and diffuse light. The data includes all outputs from the SunScan wand: time of measurement, spread of PAR sensors, total irradiance, total diffuse light, and individual outputs of 64-PAR sensors on the SunScan wand. These measurements were taken for 1m x 1m chamber flux (n=14) and point frame (n=19) plots as well as sites four montitored remotely by PAR sensors located above, within, and below shrub canopies.
Gaius Shaver, 2012 Harvest data including the shoot leaf area index, position in the canopy, and shoot and plant tissue area, count and mass for each shoot harvested at three levels in the canopy from 19 1m x 1m plots near LTER Shrub plots, Toolik Field Station, AK 2012.. 10.6073/pasta/11f24bddf5278229f37ea5fecf972415
Leaf and plant tissue area and mass from shoots harvested from 19 1m x 1m point frame plots near Toolik Field Station, AK during the summer of 2012. Six shoots were harvested from each plot, two from each canopy layer: upper, middle, and low. Each shoot came from a different plant, and the species selected was based on the species dominant in that canopy layer. The leaf area and mass were used to correct A/Ci and light response curves taken on each shoot [data published separately].
Gaius Shaver, 2012 Photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) measurements, relative humidity, and temperature data logged every five minutes from Betula nana and Salix pulchra shrub canopies, summer of 2012 in vicinity of Toolik Lake, Alaska.. 10.6073/pasta/c87015fc3a8f7266cd47968a5a6db76a
This file contains PAR , relative humidity, and temperature data logged every five minutes from within, below, and above Betula nana and Salix pulchra shrub canopies at two locations near Toolik Lake, Alaska during the summer of 2012. The location of the PAR sensor and dataloggers were co-located with the LTER shrub plots (block 1 and 2), also used for the chamber flux and point frame measurements taken this same year.
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