Variables: File1: Site, Depth, Bulk_density, %sand, %silt, %clay, K-sat, aggregate_stability; File2: Site, date, treatment, litter_or_mineral _soil, invertebrate_functional_group, Invertebrate_genus, invertebrate_spp.
Standard Variables: Soil aggregate stability|Bulk density|Clay|Depth, soil|Soil invertebrates|Hydraulic Conductivity|Plant litter|Sand|Silt
Date Range: (2015-09-22 to 2017-06-20)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Brecheisen, Zachary S..; Callaham, M.A.; Heine, P.R.; Cook, Charles W.; Richter, Daniel deB.
Contact: Zachary Brecheisen, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University, Box 90328 Durham NC 27708, firstname.lastname@example.org
Field Area: Calhoun CZO Research Area 1 | Calhoun CZO Research Area 4 | Calhoun CZO Research Area 7
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