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Carbon Dioxide, Hydrographic and Chemical data obtained during the R/V Pisces cruise PC-1207 in the US Northeast coast (10/27 - 11/13/2012)

R. Wanninkhof, L. Barbero, D. Pierrot, J. Prezioso, D.C. Melrose, D.W. Townsend & M. Thomas

AirMOSS: L1 S-0 Polarimetric Data from AirMOSS P-band SAR, Chamela, Mexico, 2012-2015

This data set provides level 1 (L1) polarimetric radar backscattering coefficient (sigma-0), multilook complex, polarimetrically calibrated, and georeferenced data products from the Airborne Microwave Observatory of Subcanopy and Subsurface (AirMOSS) radar instrument collected over the Chamela Biological Station, in Jalisco, Mexico. The AirMOSS radar is a P-band (UHF) fully polarimetric synthetic aperture radar (SAR) currently operating in the 420-440 MHz band designed to measure root-zone soil moisture (RZSM) and is flown on a NASA Gulfstream-III...

CMS: LiDAR-derived Aboveground Biomass, Canopy Height and Cover for Maryland, 2011

R.O. DUBAYAH, A. SWATANTRAN, W. HUANG, L. DUNCANSON, K. JOHNSON, H. TANG, J.O. DUNNE & G.C. HURTT
This data set provides 30-meter gridded estimates of aboveground biomass (AGB), canopy height, and canopy coverage for the state of Maryland in 2011. Leaf-off LiDAR data were combined with high-resolution leaf-on agricultural imagery to select 848 field sampling sites for biomass measurements. The field-based estimates were related to LiDAR height and volume metrics through random forests regression models across three physiographic regions of Maryland.

pH and pCO2 measurements from surface water samples during the R/V Franklin cruises FR 8/90 and 8/93

D.J.. Mackey, B. Tilbrook & D.J. Parlow

Arctic Circumpolar Distribution and Soil Carbon of Thermokarst Landscapes, 2015

D. OLEFELDT, S. GOSWAMI, G. GROSSE, D.J. HAYES, G. HUGELIUS, P. KUHRY, B. SANNEL, E.A.G. SCHUUR & M.R. TURETSKY
This data set provides the distribution of thermokarst landscapes in the boreal and tundra ecoregions within the northern circumpolar permafrost zones. This dataset provides an areal estimate of wetland, lake, and hillslope thermokarst landscapes as of 2015. Estimates of soil organic carbon (SOC) content associated with thermokarst and non-thermokarst landscapes were based on available circumpolar 0 to 3 meter SOC storage data.

Canopy Height and Biomass from LiDAR Surveys at La Selva, Costa Rica, 1998 and 2005

G.C. HURTT, R.Q. THOMAS, J. FISK, R.O. DUBAYAH & S.L. SHELDON
This data set contains land-use, canopy height, and aboveground carbon estimates derived from LiDAR data collected at La Selva Biological Station in Costa Rica in March 1998 and March 2005. The data are provided as GeoTIFFs (*.tif) of 100-m (1-ha) resolution. A look-up table is provided that relates modeled changes in height to changes in stand characteristics (including age and carbon content). The data were used to test the accuracy and scale-dependency of high-resolution predictions...

Global Ocean Repeat Hydrography Study: pH, Total Alkalinity, and Total CO2 Measurements in the Arctic Ocean During the R/V Healy Cruise ARC01 (9 August - 12 October, 2015): Technical Report

F.J. Millero, R.J. Woosley, A.R. Margolin & F. Huang

BOREAS Landsat TM Level-3b Imagery: At-Sensor Radiance in BSQ Format

For BOREAS, the level-3b Landsat TM data, along with the other remotely sensed images, were collected in order to provide spatially extensive information over the primary study areas. This information includes radiant energy, detailed land cover, and biophysical parameter maps such as FPAR and LAI. Although very similar in content to the level-3a Landsat TM products, the level-3b images were created to provide users with a directly usable at-sensor radiance image. Geographically, the level-3b images...

Daymet: Annual Tile Summary Cross-Validation Statistics for North America, Version 3

P.E. Thornton, M.M. Thornton & R.S. Vose
This data set provides annual summary cross-validation statistics for minimum temperature (tmin), maximum temperature (tmax), and daily total precipitation (prcp) of "Daymet: Daily Surface Weather Data on a 1-km Grid for North America, Version 3" (Thornton et al., 2016). The cross-validation statistics were generated by the Daymet model algorithm from the station-based daily observations and predictions and are summarized for each of the 2-degree by 2-degree tiles in the regimen in which Daymet is derived....

CMS: Global Carbon Fluxes Associated with Livestock Feed and Emissions, 2000-2013

J. WOLF, T.O. WEST, R. RAFIQUE & G. ASRAR
This data set provides global, gridded (at 0.05 degree resolution) annual carbon flux estimates associated with livestock feed, intake, manure, manure management, respiration, and enteric fermentation, summed over all livestock types.

AirMOSS: L2/3 Volumetric Soil Moisture Profiles Derived From Radar, 2012-2015

M. MOGHADDAM, A. TABATABAEENEJAD, R.H. CHEN, S.S. SAATCHI, S. JARUWATANADILOK, M. BURGIN, X. DUAN & M.L. TRUONG-LOI
This data set provides level 2/3 root zone soil moisture (RZSM) estimates at multiple depths at 90-m spatial resolution from the Airborne Microwave Observatory of Subcanopy and Subsurface (AirMOSS) radar instrument collected over ten sites across North America. AirMOSS produces estimates of RZSM with data from a P-band synthetic aperture radar (SAR) flown on a NASA Gulfstream-III aircraft. The resulting soil moisture estimates capture the effects of gradients of soil, topography, and vegetation heterogeneity over...

BOREAS Landsat TM Level-3a Imagery: Scaled At-Sensor Radiance in BSQ Format

For BOREAS, the level-3a Landsat TM data, along with the other remotely sensed images, were collected in order to provide spatially extensive information over the primary study areas. This information includes radiant energy, detailed land cover, and biophysical parameter maps such as FPAR and LAI. Although very similar in content to the level-3s Landsat TM products, the level-3a images were created to provide users with a more usable BSQ format and to provide information that...

Distribution of Young Forests and Estimated Stand Age across Russia, 2012

T.V. LOBODA & D. CHEN
This data set provides the distribution of young forests (forests less than 27 years of age) and their estimated stand ages across the full extent of Russia at 500-m resolution for the year 2012. The distribution of young forests was modeled with MODIS 500-m records for 12- to 27-year-old forests and augmented with the 0- to 11-year-old forest distribution as aggregated from 30 m resolution contemporary Landsat imagery.

Land Cover and Ecosystem Map Collection for Northern Alaska

M.K. RAYNOLDS, A.L. BREEN & D.A. WALKER
This data set provides four land cover and ecosystem classification maps for northern Alaska. The maps were produced for several projects and from different data sources including Landsat imagery and existing maps and models, and cover a range of ecosystem and vegetation classes. The data used to derive the maps covered the period 1976-08-04 to 2014-09-01.

Circumpolar Arctic Vegetation, Geobotanical, Physiographic Maps, 1982-2003

D.J. COOPER & M.K. RAYNOLDS
This data set provides the spatial distributions of vegetation types, geobotanical characteristics, and physiographic features for the circumpolar Arctic tundra biome for the period 1982-2003. Specific attributes include dominant vegetation, bioclimate subzones, floristic subprovinces, landscape types, lake coverage, Arctic treeline, elevation, and substrate chemistry data. Vegetation indices, trends, and biomass estimate products for the circumpolar Arctic through 2010 are also provided.

Remote Sensing Data Before and After California Rim and King Forest Fires, 2010-2015

E.N. STAVROS, Z. TANE, V.R. KANE, S. VERAVERBEKE, R. MCGAUGHEY, J.A. LUTZ, C. RAMIREZ & D.S. SCHIMEL
This data set provides high-resolution surface reflectance, thermal imagery, burn severity metrics, and LiDAR-derived structural measures of forested areas in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, California, USA, collected before and after the August 2013 Rim and September 2014 King mega forest fires. Pre-fire data were paired with post-fire collections to assess pre- and post-fire landscape characteristics and fire severity. Field estimates of fire severity were collected to compare with derived remote sensing indices. Reflectance measurements for...

Arctic Alaska Vegetation, Geobotanical, Physiographic Maps, 1993-2005

M.K. RAYNOLDS & D.J. COOPER
This data set provides the spatial distributions of vegetation types, geobotanical characteristics, and physiographic features for the Arctic tundra region of Alaska for the period 1993-2005. Specific attributes include dominant vegetation, bioclimate subzones, floristic subprovinces, landscape types, lake coverage, and substrate chemistry. This data set generally includes areas North and West of the forest boundary and excludes areas that have a boreal flora such as the Aleutian Islands and alpine tundra regions south of treeline.

NACP Woody Vegetation Characteristics of 1,039 Sites across North Slope, Alaska, V2

R.R. DUCHESNE, M.J. CHOPPING & K.D. TAPE
This data set provides the results of (1) field measurements of woody vegetation (shrubs) at 26 diverse sites across the North Slope of Alaska during 2010 and 2011, (2) field-based statistical estimates of site shrub structural characteristics, (3) high-resolution panchromatic satellite imagery-based estimates of field site shrub characteristics using the Canopy Analysis with Panchromatic Imagery (CANAPI) model, and (4) adjusted CANAPI estimates of shrub characteristics at 1,013 selected sites widely distributed across the North Slope.

Arctic Vegetation Plots at Frost Boil Sites, North Slope, Alaska, 2000-2006

D.A. WALKER
This data set describes the environment, soil, and vegetation on nonsorted circles and earth hummocks at seven study sites along a N-S-transect from the Arctic Ocean to the Arctic Foothills based on data collected from 2000 to 2006. The study sites are located along the Dalton Highway, beginning in Prudhoe Bay, on the North Slope of Alaska. These frost-boil features are important landscape components of the arctic tundra. Data include the baseline plot information for...

CMS: Forest Carbon Stocks, Emissions, and Net Flux for the Conterminous US: 2005-2010

S. HAGEN, N. HARRIS, S.S. SAATCHI, T. PEARSON, C.W. WOODALL, S. GANGULY, G.M. DOMKE, B.H. BRASWELL, B.F. WALTERS, J.C. JENKINS, S. BROWN, W.A. SALAS, A. FORE, Y. YU, R.R. NEMANI, C. IPSAN & K.R. BROWN
This data set provides maps of estimated carbon in forests of the 48 continental states of the US for the years 2005-2010. Carbon (termed committed carbon) stocks were estimated for forest aboveground biomass, belowground biomass, standing dead stems, and litter for the year 2005. Carbon emissions were estimated from land use conversion to agriculture, insect damage, logging, wind, and weather events in the forests for the years 2006 - 2010. Committed net carbon flux was...

CMS: Evapotranspiration and Meteorology, Water-Limited Shrublands, Mexico, 2008-2010

S. VILLARREAL, R. VARGAS, A. YEPEZ, S. ACOSTA, A. CASTRO, M. ESCOTO-RODRIGUEZ, E. LOPEZ, J. MARTINEZ-OSUNA, J.C. RODRIGUEZ, S.V. SMITH, E.R. VIVONI & C.J. WATTS
This data set provides daily average observations for evapotranspiration (measured and gap-filled), precipitation, net radiation, soil water content, air temperature, vapor pressure deficit, and normalized vegetation index (NDVI) from two water-limited shrubland sites for years 2008-2010. Both sites are located in the northwest part of Mexico and are part of the MexFlux network.

BOREAS CanSIS Regional Soils Data in Vector Format, V2

B. MONETTE & D.E. KNAPP
This data set contains soils data from the Canada Soil Information System (CanSIS) in ESRI Shapefile format for the provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba. They are provided as part of the BOReal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study (BOREAS) Staff Science GIS data collection program. Attribute tables provide the various soil data for the polygons. There is one attribute table for Saskatchewan and one for Manitoba. This data product may be useful to someone who is interested in studying...

SCIENCE PLAN AND PROGRESS REPORT FOR THE TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEM SCIENCE � SCIENTIFIC FOCUS AREA (TES SFA)

Paul J. Hanson & Daniel M. Ricciuto

Underway pCO2 Measurements in Surface Waters and the Atmosphere During the R/V Nathaniel B. Palmer P16S_2014 Cruise

T. Takahashi, R. Wanninkhof & S.C. Sutherland

ABoVE: Burn Severity, Fire Progression, Landcover and Field Data, NWT, Canada, 2014

L.L. BOURGEAU-CHAVEZ, N.H.F. FRENCH, S. ENDRES, L. JENKINS, M. BATTAGLIA, E. SEROCKI & M. BILLMIRE
This data set provides peatland landcover classification maps, fire progression maps, and vegetation community biophysical data collected from areas that were burned by wildfire in 2014 in the Northwest Territories, Canada. The peatland maps include peatland type (bog, fen, marsh, swamp) and level of biomass (open, forested). The fire progression maps enabled an assessment of wildfire progression rates at a daily time scale. Field data, collected in 2015, include an estimate of burn severity, woody...

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