We used throughfall exclusion shelters to determine effects of short-term (3 month) drought on trace gas fluxes and nutrient availability in humid tropical forests in Puerto Rico. Exclusion and control plots were replicated within and across three topographic zones (ridge, slope, valley) to account for spatial heterogeneity typical of these ecosystems.
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|Variables Descriptions||Data File||Date Range|
|Trace Gas Data following an experimental drought in LEF||TraceGasData.csv||2008-05-19 to 2008-11-18|
|Palm Soil Moisture and Temperature Data following an experimental drought in LEF||PalmSMandTemp.csv||2008-05-18 to 2008-11-18|
|Slope Soil Moisture and Temperature Data following an experimental drought in LEF||SlopeSMandT.csv||2008-05-17 to 2008-08-23|
|Ridge Soil Moisture and Temperature measurements following an experimental drought in LEF||RidgeSMandTemp.csv||2008-05-17 to 2008-08-23|