This data set contains destructively sampled canopy fuel and tree biomass data from five study sites in the Interior West.
Data product containing litterfall, decomposition, and leaf area index data for "Surface Fuel Litterfall and Decomposition in the Northern Rocky Mountains, USA"
This data publication contains the collected field data for the following publication: "Surface Fuel Litterfall and Decomposition in the Northern Rocky Mountains, USA" by Robert E. Keane (see Cross-Reference section in the metadata document).
This data publication contains the data from the precommercial thinning by fertilization study initiated in 1976 and collected under the study plan: 4100-FS-NE-1101-58 "Study Plan: Cultural treatments designed to reduce spruce sawlog rotation age
Overstory tree and regeneration data from the "Management Intensity Demonstration" study at Penobscot Experimental Forest
This data publication contains overstory and sapling tree measurements, seedling stocking tallies, and permanent sample plot location data collected from 1950 to 2011 at the Penobscot Experimental Forest in Maine.
BeeTrees is a data set that contains information about tropical and sub-tropical trees utilized by bees for nectar and pollen sources. There are over 500 trees included in this data set, which has been compiled from global literature references.
This data publication contains individual tree diameter data collected from 1972 to 2012 under the study plan 4110-FS-NE-1152-76 "Study Plan: Thinning study in Allegheny hardwoods" on the Kane Experimental Forest in Pennsylvania.
This data package includes felled tree biomass by tree component for four hardwood species of the central Appalachians sampled on the Fernow Experimental Forest (FEF), West Virginia.
Colonization of wood blocks, Picea glauca, by brown and white rot fungi, Postia placenta, Phanerochaete chrysosporium, and Serpula lacrymans, rapidly resulted in detectable wood oxidation, as shown by a reduced phloroglucinol response, a loss of a
This data package contains data from over 3000 individual fuel elements collected as part of Joint Fire Science Program (JFSP) project 11-1-4-19 "Determination of the effects of heating mechanisms and moisture content on ignition of live fuels." D
Final spatial and tabular data from a process-based model (3-PG) used to predict and map hybrid poplar biomass productivity in Minnesota and Wisconsin, USA
Hybrid poplars have demonstrated high biomass productivity in the North Central USA as short rotation woody crops (SRWCs). However, our ability to quantitatively predict productivity for sites that are not currently in SRWCs is limited.