Variables: DO, Electrical conductivity, Temperature, Turbidity, CO2, CDOM, Nitrate (NO3), Abs Pres, Light Intensity, Ground water depth, Acid phosphatase, Al - Ammonium oxalate-extractable, Al - Citrate/ascorbate-extractable, Al in 0.5 M HCl, Al - citrate/ditihionite extractable, Alpha-N-acetylglucosaminidase, Beta Glucosidase, Bulk density, C percent in live fine roots, C:N, Calcium, Cellobiohydrolase, Clay, dead fine roots, DOC in 0.5M HCl extractions, DOC in deionized water extractions, Fe - Ammonium oxalate-extractable, Fe - citrate/dithionite extractable, Fe - citrate/ascorbate extractable, Fe(III) in 0.5 M HCl, Potassium, Live fine roots, Mass, Magnesium, Mn - Citrate/ascorbate-extractable, Mn - in 0.5M HCl extraction, N percent in live fine roots, Phosphorus, pH - Soil, Sand, Silica - Citrate/ascorbate-extractable, Silica in 0.5 M HCl, Silica - Ammonium oxalate-extractable, Silt, Soil C, Soil N, Soluble phenolics in deionized water extractions, Xylosidase,
Standard Variables: Pressure, absolute|Acid phosphatase|Aluminum|Alpha-N-Acetylglucosaminidase|Glucosidase|Bulk density|Carbon|Calcium|Colored dissolved organic matter|Cellobiohydrolase|Clay|Carbon to nitrogen mass ratio|Carbon dioxide|Soil organic matter (SOM)|Oxygen, dissolved|Carbon, dissolved organic|Bulk electrical conductivity|Iron|Water depth|Luminous Flux|Magnesium|Manganese|Nitrogen|Nitrogen, nitrate (NO3)|pH|Phosphorus, dissolved|Potassium, dissolved|Sand|Silica|Silt|Phenolics, total|Temperature|Turbidity|Xylosidase
Date Range: (2011-2016)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Porder, Stephen; Johnson, Arthur H.; Xing, Hao Xing; Brocard, Gilles; Goldsmith, Steven; Pett-Ridge, Julie; Hall, Steven J.; Silver, Whendee L.; Treffkorn, Jonathan
Contact: Miguel Leon, University of Pensylvania, email@example.com
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