15 Works

AquaFlux Processing Code and NoName Sap Flux Dataset

Heather Speckman, Daniel Beverly & Brent Ewers
Plant transpiration is the largest evaporative flux from most vegetated ecosystems, playing a dominant role in energy balance, water and element cycling, ecosystem services, and water security. Quantification of plant-level transpiration, e.g. sap flux, is essential to land managers and scientists. Thermal dissipation probes (TDP) are reliable and affordable tools for measuring sap flux, but difficulties in replicable data processing often serve as a barrier to their use and interpretation of data. AquaFlux is an...

Hyporheic zone turnover time from 3D geophysics

Brady Kohler, Robert Hall, Kevin Befus & Bradley Carr

Regional-scale geochemical investigations from legacy rock and sediment datasets

J.R. Pisel & C. P. Samra

Preliminary geologic map of the Garden Gulch 7.5’ quadrangle, Carbon County, Wyoming

R. M. Lynds, J. R. Pisel, K. L. Hoppes, K. G. Taboga, S. J. Wittke & K. S. Kehoe

Nadir and zenith pointing Wyoming Cloud Lidar (WCL) data from the NSF/NCAR C-130 during the Western wildfire Experiment for Cloud chemistry, Aerosol absorption and Nitrogen (WE-CAN) project, Version 1.0

This data set contains level 0 and level 1 data from the nadir pointing Wyoming Cloud Lidar (WCL) and level 1 data from the zenith pointing Wyoming Two Field of View Lidar (2FOV) taken from the NSF/NCAR C130 during the Western wildfire Experiment for Cloud chemistry, Aerosol absorption and Nitrogen (WE-CAN) project conducted over the Western United States. Both the 2FOV and nadir lidar backscattering coefficients are calibrated with simulated clear sky backscattering coefficients. Because...

Zenith pointing Wyoming Cloud Lidar (WCL) data from the University of Wyoming King Air during the Biomass Burning Fluxes (BB-FLUX) project, Version 1.0

This data set contains level 0 and level 1 data from the zenith pointing Wyoming Cloud Lidar (WCL) taken from the University of Wyoming King Air during the Biomass Burning Fluxes (BB-FLUX) project conducted over the Western United States. To accommodate for fluctuating laser power, the upward lidar backscattering coefficient in parallel channel is corrected with a correlation correction method in level 1 data.

Hyporheic zone size from 3D geophysics

Brady Kohler, Robert Hall, Kevin Befus & Bradley Carr

Hysteresis in nitrate uptake

Brady Kohler & Robert Hall

rKIN Supplemental Data and R Scripts

Shannon E. Albeke, Carolyn A. Eckrich, Elizabeth A. Flaherty, R. Terry Bowyer & Merav Ben-David
Supplemental data include small mammal trapping data from Prince of Wales Island, AK, chipmunk trapping data from Laramie Range, WY and simulated Kestrel data. Also includes R scripts to generate datasets used to test Bandwidth and Sample Size effects within the rKIN R package.

Borehole NMR, IP and ERT dataset for Bear Creek flooding experiment during July 2016 and June 2017

Niels Claes, Ginger B. Paige & Andrew David Parsekian

petaLibrary Research Data Storage System

The Teton fault

M. S. Zellman, C. B. DuRoss & G. D. Thackray

Linking denitrification with oxygen respiration in mountain streams

Hilary L. Madinger & Robert O. Jr. Hall

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