This data package was produced by researchers working on the Shortgrass Steppe Long Term Ecological Research (SGS-LTER) Project, administered at Colorado State University. Long-term datasets and background information (proposals, reports, photographs, etc.) on the SGS-LTER project are contained in a comprehensive project collection within the Digital Collections of Colorado (http://digitool.library.colostate.edu/R/?func=collections&collection_id=...). The data table and associated metadata document, which is generated in Ecological Metadata Language, may be available through other repositories serving the ecological research community and represent components of the larger SGS-LTER project collection.
Our objective in this study was to evaluate effects of land use on in situ net N mineralization in shortgrass steppe by comparing native and abandoned fields and cultivated fields, and by comparing soil under and between plants within native and abandoned fields. We also compared mineralization patterns between in situ and laboratory incubations to evaluate the role of environmental restrictions in determining N supply across management treatments and microsites. Additional information and referenced materials can be found: http://hdl.handle.net/10217/82140
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|Spatial / Geographical Coverage Area|
POLYGON ((-104.785833 40.8575, -104.730556 40.8575, -104.730556 40.800278, -104.785833 40.800278))
|Public Access Level|
Creative Commons Attribution
005:037 - Department of Agriculture - Research and Education
005:18 - Agricultural Research Service
|Harvest Source Title||Geodata Harvest|
|Harvest Source URI||https://geodata:NAL2geodata@firstname.lastname@example.org/geonetwork/srv/eng/csw|
|Last Harvest Performed||Tue, 04/10/2018 - 13:22|
- Agroecosystems & Environment