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Deer exclosure nitrogen mineralization data
This dataset contains soil and vegetation data from experimental deer exclosures in hunted and unhunted properties in southeastern New York. This dataset is a contribution to the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, and is part of the Long term monitoring of forest ecosystems: Nutrient cycling archive.
Deer Ex Graphs (sas).xlsx. Graphs from deer exclosure SAS output.
Deer Exclosure N-Min 1997.xlsx. Master spreadsheet for deer exclosure nitrogen mineralization.
Deer Exclosure N-min calculations 1997+GML.xlsx. Extraction calculations for deer exclosure nitrogen mineralization. Sheet 2 contains definitions of column headers.
Deer Exclosure Vegetation Data.xlsx. Deer exclosure vegetation database of the Cary Institute property. Sheet 2 contains definitions of column headers.
Key for spreadsheets_SHARE.pdf. Original metadata for deer exclosure vegetation database, including miscellaneous notes for other data sheets (public version).
DEEREXCL.xlsx. Rough spreadsheet of deer exclosure lab data.
DEREXWHC.xlsx. Water holding capacity spreadsheet for deer exclosure N-min.
rawdeer.xlsx. Master deer exclosure spreadsheet for SAS analysis.
SAS Deer Ex Graphs Part 2.xlsx. More graphs from deer exclosure SAS output.
Deer Exclosures.pptx. Power Point presentation of deer exclosure data.
deer.sas SAS job for deer exclosure data analysis.
DEER.sd2. SAS spreadsheet for deer exclosure data analysis.
Research publications relating to this project are linked below.
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