Bonanza Creek Experimental Forest (BNZ) USDA DataEntry ID: USDA0138
Abstract: The purpose of this effort is to conduct a long term study of
ecosystem structure and function by examining controls over
successional processes in Taiga forests of interior Alaska.
Collection Organization: USDA/FS - Institute of Northern Forestry
Collection Methodology: Field experience, monitored sites.
Collection Frequency: Climate data are collected continuously,
hourly summarized. ... Vegetation data are collected once to 5 times
Update Characteristics: The dataset is not updated in its
entirety. Continuous additions are made to the data set.
It is not updated in its entirety. Continuous additions are made
to the data set.
Data Center: USDA Forest Service
Dissemination Media: Magnetic hard disk, archive or magnetic
optical media (EOD's), online
File Format: Some are ASCII files and other are in databases.
Access Instructions: http://www.lter.alaska.edu/
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Start Date: 1965-01-01
Quality On-site supervision of data collection.
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Email: lviereck at LTERnet.edu
USDA Forest Service Institute of Northern Forestry 308 Tanana Drive
Province or State: AK
Postal Code: 99775-5500
Van Cleve, K. and Martin, S. (editors). (1991). Long-term
Ecological Research Sites in the United States: A Network of
Research Sites. Seattle: Long-term Ecological Research Network
Office, University of Washington.
Michener, W.K., Milor, A.D. and Nottrott, R. (1990). Long-term
Ecological Research Network Core Data Set Catalog. Columbia, SC
:University of South Carolina.
Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2005-09-09
Last DIF Revision Date: 2005-09-19