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1. 1968 Louisiana Coastal Marsh Vegetative Type Transect Point Dataset [usgs_nwrc_louisianatransect]
This dataset contains a point coverage with an associated database file. The original dataset was collected through visual field observation by Robert Chabreck (Louisiana Cooperative Wildlife Research ...


2. Congaree Swamp National Monument Spatial Vegetation Data; Cover Type/Association Level of the National Vegetation Classification System [usgs_nps_congareeswampspatial]
The National Park Service (NPS), in conjunction with the Biological Resources Division (BRD) of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), has implemented a program to "develop a uniform hierarchical ...


3. Effects of Military Training and Fire in the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area [usgsbrdfresc0003]
The unique characteristics of the Snake River Canyon and the adjoining upland desert south of Boise, Idaho, have been recognized since the 1940s (Olendorff and Kochert 1977). An area associated with ...


4. Long-term Assessments of Golden Eagle Nesting Density and Productivity in the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area. [usgsbrdfresc0006]
The Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area has undergone massive habitat changes since 1980. More than 50% of the shrub habitat has been lost due to wildfires, resulting in large stands ...


5. Vegetative Transect Lines 1997 [usgs_nwrc_vegtransect]
This data set consists of the vegetative transect lines used in the 1997 Vegetative Type Marsh Map. The data deplicts the length of the marsh type by parish and stewardship. The original data set ...


6. Major Land Resource Areas [MLRA]
Often extending for thousands of acres, land resource units are geographic areas that are delineated by common patterns of soil, climate, water resources, and land use characteristics. ...


7. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2002 [geodata_2232]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


8. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2007 [geodata_2229]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


9. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2008 [geodata_2230]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


10. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2009 [geodata_2231]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


11. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2010 [geodata_2237]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


12. Proportion of Land Area Covered by Forest [geodata_2238]
Forest: Land spanning more than 0.5 hectares with trees higher than 5 meters and a canopy cover of more than 10 percent, or trees able to reach these thresholds in situ. It does not include land ...


13. NACP Site: Tower Meteorology, Flux Observations with Uncertainty, and Ancillary Data [NACP_SITE_TOWER_MET_AND_FLUX]
This data set contains meteorological, carbon cycle flux, phenology, and ancillary data measured at 47 eddy covariance flux tower sites across North America. The data were used by North American Carbon ...


14. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2000 [geodata_2223]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


15. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2001 [geodata_2224]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


16. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2003 [geodata_2225]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


17. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2004 [geodata_2226]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


18. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2005 [geodata_2227]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


19. Global Net Primary Production (NPP) Anomaly from Multi-year Average, 2006 [geodata_2228]
Terrestrial net primary production (NPP) quantifies the amount of atmospheric carbon fixed by plants and accumulated as biomass. Previous studies have shown that climate constraints were relaxing ...


20. BIGFOOT NPP SURFACES FOR NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICAN SITES, 2000-2004 [bigfoot_npp_surfaces]
The BigFoot project gathered Net Primary Production (NPP) data for nine EOS Land Validation Sites located from Alaska to Brazil from 2000 to 2004. Each site is representative of one or two distinct ...


21. Can remote sensing be used to map vegetation and monitor community change in Antarctica? [ASAC_2392]
This dataset consists of Hyperion satellite imagery, as well as GPS ground truthing of vegetation quadrats. The aims of this project were: 1. to produce a spectral library of the major subantarctic ...


22. Conservation of plant biodiversity in Antarctica - a genetic approach [ASAC_2152]
Samples from Macquarie Island were collected between 1998 and 1999. Samples from Heard Island were collected during 2000. Terrestrial vegetation in Antarctica is restricted to isolated populations ...


23. Differential GPS data collected at Heard Island 2003/04 for the Regional Sensitivity to Climate Change in Terrestrial Ecosystems (RiSCC) program [ASAC_1015_HIGPS03_04]
Metadata notes for RiSCC Heard Island 2003_04 season (ASAC 1015) - DGPS data and Base Station data DGPS data are described below, and associated data files listed. 1. Three Island study - Phenology ...


24. Heard Island Coastal Orthophotos derived from Non-Metric Photography [HIC_NMOrthos]
The orthophoto is a rectified georeferenced image of the Heard Island Coastal Area. Distortions due to relief and tilt displacement have been removed. Orthophotos were derived from non-metric Hasselblad ...


25. Heard Island Vegetation GIS Dataset [heard_vegetation_gis]
Heard Island and McDonald Islands, vegetation layer. This is a polygon dataset stored in the Geographical Information System (GIS). The data represents approximately the areas of vegetation cover ...


26. Heard Island Vegetation Survey 1986-1987 and 1987-1988 [Heard_veg_survey_86-88]
Vegetation surveys were conducted on Heard Island during the 1986/87 and 1987/88 Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions (ANARE). A stratified sampling approach was adopted. Given the limited ...


27. Heard Island: Baseline Data for Monitoring Longterm Change. (a) Vegetation Mapping from Orthophotos. [HI_VEG_ORTHO_VEGMAP]   PARENT DIF
Vegetation mapping from orthophotos derived from non-metric photography for the north eastern, south eastern, south, west and north west coastal areas of Heard Island. More information about the ...


28. Heard Island: baseline data for monitoring longterm change. (f) 35mm photos (terrestrial) from fixed photo-points, 2003-2004. [HI_VEG_PHOTOPOINTS_2]   PARENT DIF
The 35mm photos were taken by Dr Jenny Scott between December 2003 and February 2004 using two Nikon FM-2 SLR cameras with 50mm and 28mm lenses. The photos are part of a longterm fixed-point photo-monitoring ...


29. Heard Island: baseline data for monitoring longterm change. (g) Vegetation 'signature points' with accompanying 35mm terrestrial photos. [HI_VEG_VEGSIGNATURES]   PARENT DIF
The data consist of 35 'Vegetation Signature' geo-located points and 34 x 35mm terrestrial photos (scanned images) of the vegetation at the actual points, for use in remote sensing research. The ...


30. Heard Island: baseline vegetation data for monitoring longterm change. [HI_VEG_OVERALL]   CHILD DIFs
The production of a detailed vegetation dataset which can act as a sound baseline for detection of change has been a longterm process and has now been completed. There are seven &child& metadata ...


31. Heard Island: baseline vegetation data for monitoring longterm change. (d) 35mm photos (terrestrial) used for vegetation mapping. [HI_VEG_PHOTOS_VEGMAP]   PARENT DIF
These photos consist of 581 scanned 35mm colour slides (each approximately 2.2 MB) taken on Heard Island by Dr Jenny Scott (JJS) between December 1986 and February 2004. Areas covered are Gilchrist ...


32. Heard Island: baseline vegetation data for monitoring longterm change. (e) 35mm photos (terrestrial) from fixed photo-points, 1986-2000. [HI_VEG_PHOTOPOINTS_1]   PARENT DIF
The 35mm photos were taken by Dr Jenny Scott in December 1986-January 1987, October 1987-February 1988 and October 2000. The photos represent the first time series of a longterm fixed-point photo-monitoring ...


33. Insect migration and monitoring studies on Macquarie Island [ASAC_999]
Preliminary Metadata record for data expected from ASAC Project 999 See the link below for public details on this project. ---- Public Summary from Project ---- Large numbers of insects, mites, spiders ...


34. Investigation of virus biodiversity in Antarctic terrestrial plants [ASAC_2153]
Samples from Macquarie Island were collected between 1998 and 2004. Samples from Heard Island were collected during 2000. Continental samples were collected between 2004 and 2006. This project aims ...


35. Macquarie Island - GPS vegetation survey [Macca_vegsur_gis]
This metadata record describes Simone Ingham's survey of vegetation sampling sites on Macquarie Island in the summer of 2001/2002. The Biolab base station needs to be accurately surveyed from the ...


36. Macquarie Island Baseline Invertebrate Survey 1994 [KFDBAM_ANU]
Records from 69 sites, covering the whole island. Sites stratified by topography (2 classes: slopes or drainage lines), altitude (4 classes: 0-100 m, 100-200 m, 200-300 m, 300m+), vegetation type ...


37. Macquarie Island GIS track survey and wilderness inventory 1996 [ASAC_2277]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 2277 See the link below for public details on this project. A product of this project was a report "Macquarie Island Track Monitoring and Assessment" prepared ...


38. Macquarie Island Vegetation and Drainage Structure Data Set [MIvegmap]
The data for this map were collected as part of two ASAC projects - 488 and 956, of which Patricia Selkirk was the chief investigator. Macquarie Island (54 degrees S 159 degrees E) is a subantarctic ...


39. Macquarie Island mapping from Quickbird satellite imagery. [macquarie_quickbird_mapping]
Features of a northwest part of Macquarie Island mapped from mosaiced pan sharpened Quickbird satellite imagery derived from Quickbird satellite imagery captured on 25 February 2003. The mapped features ...


40. Mapping of Poa litorosa and Carex trifida in the Handspike Point area at Macquarie Island 28 March 2003 [ASAC_1015_MIGPS03]
Current positional data for Poa litorosa and Carex trifida at Handspike Point area (Macquarie Island) were collected using Global Positioning System (GPS) equipment and standard observational techniques. ...


41. Nitrogen studies in sub-Antarctic terrestrial environments [ASAC_1022]
Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 1022 See the link below for public details on this project. ---- Public Summary from Project ---- Nitrogen ...


42. Structure and floristic composition of the Heard Island "Pool Complex" Community [ASAC_255]
The stratigraphy, hydrology and vegetation of the Heard Island (sub-Antarctic; 53 deg. 05'S, 73 deg. 30'E) 'pool complex' bogs are described. Spatial variation in processes that might have contributed ...


43. The 1987/1988 Field Season at Heard Island [Heard_Island_Report_1987_1988]
1987/88 Field Season at Heard Island. Harry R. Burton. Field Leader, Antarctic Division. The 1987/88 ANARE to Heard Island was the last of a series of three summer programs there ...


44. Vegetation History and Environmental Change on Macquarie Island [ASAC_777]
Metadata record for data expected from ASAC Project 777, Vegetation History and Environmental Change on Macquarie Island Studied by Analysing Present Vegetation and the Underlying Peat on Slopes Subject ...


45. Windmill Islands 1:10000 Point Vegetation GIS Dataset [Wind_Veg]
Map of the abundance and distribution of terrestrial vegetation of the Windmill Islands. Point data represent regions of vegetation occurrence. The data are available in two formats. One is as a ...


46. Windmill Islands Vegetation GIS Dataset [windmill_vegetation_gis]
This is a GIS dataset of the vegetation of the Windmill Islands. Interpretation was done by Rod Seppelt (Australian Antarctic Division) based on his field work, Zeiss aerial photography flown in ...


47. ADEOS Earth View (EORC-037) [ND02009]
Atmosphere Atmospheric Temperature and Water Vapor Global Distribution of Atmospheric Suspended Particles(Aerosols) Daily Image of Absorbing Aerosols over Land ...


48. Forest Area [geodata_2136]
Forest area is the land spanning more than 0.5 hectares with trees higher than 5 metres and a canopy cover of more than 10 percent, or trees able to reach these thresholds in situ. It does not include ...


49. Carbon Stock in Living Forest Biomass [geodata_2199]
CARBON STOCK The quantity of carbon in a ?pool?, meaning a reservoir or system which has the capacity to accumulate or release carbon. Examples of carbon pools are Living biomass (including Above ...


50. NPP Boreal Forest: Superior National Forest, U.S.A., 1983-1984, R1 [NPP_SNF]
This data set contains two ASCII files (.txt format). One file provides ground-based biophysical measurements and above-ground net primary productivity (ANPP) estimates for 31 black spruce (Picea ...


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