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This release contains Active Layer Thickness (ALT) and Organic Layer Thickness (OLT) measurements measured along transects in Alaska, 2015. Site condition information in terms of wildfire burns is also included.
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This tabular, machine-readable CSV file contains annual phenometrics at locations in ponderosa pine ecosystems across Arizona and New Mexico that experienced stand-clearing, high-severity fire. The locations represent areas of vegetative recovery towards pre-fire (coniferous/pine) vegetation communities or towards novel grassland, shrubland, or deciduous replacements. Each sampled area is associated with the point location (latitude/longitude) as well as multiple calendar year phenometrics derived from the time-series of normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) values in the phenology software package Timesat v3.2.
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Fire can be a significant driver of permafrost change in boreal landscapes, altering the availability of soil carbon and nutrients that have important implications for future climate and ecological succession. However, not all landscapes are equally susceptible to fire-induced change. As fire frequency is expected to increase in the high latitudes, methods to understand the vulnerability and resilience of different landscapes to permafrost degradation are needed. Geophysical and other field observations reveal details of both near-surface (less than 1 m) and deeper (greater than 1 m) impacts of fire on permafrost along 14 transects that span burned-unburned boundaries in different landscape settings within interior...
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Fire can be a significant driver of permafrost change in boreal landscapes, altering the availability of soil carbon and nutrients that have important implications for future climate and ecological succession. However, not all landscapes are equally susceptible to fire-induced change. As fire frequency is expected to increase in the high latitudes, methods to understand the vulnerability and resilience of different landscapes to permafrost degradation are needed. Geophysical and other field observations reveal details of both near-surface (less than 1 m) and deeper (greater than 1 m) impacts of fire on permafrost along 14 transects that span burned-unburned boundaries in different landscape settings within interior...
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Fire can be a significant driver of permafrost change in boreal landscapes, altering the availability of soil carbon and nutrients that have important implications for future climate and ecological succession. However, not all landscapes are equally susceptible to fire-induced change. As fire frequency is expected to increase in the high latitudes, methods to understand the vulnerability and resilience of different landscapes to permafrost degradation are needed. Geophysical and other field observations reveal details of both near-surface (less than 1 m) and deeper (greater than 1 m) impacts of fire on permafrost along 14 transects that span burned-unburned boundaries in different landscape settings within interior...
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This dataset contains demographic data pertaining to Hesperocyparis forbesii on Otay Mountain in San Diego County, California, USA, over a 14-year study period from 2004 to 2017 following the 2003 Otay/Mine Fire. Site variables including elevation, incline, and slope were collected as well as pre-fire tree density and stand age for 16 study site locations. Tree density, height, and cone production was then monitored over the study period with data collection occurring in 2004, 2005, 2009, 2011, 2014, and 2017. These data support the following publication: Brennan, T.J. & Keeley, J.E., 2019, Postfire population dynamics of a fire-dependent cypress, Plant Ecology, 220(6): 605. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11258-019-00939-8
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Fire can be a significant driver of permafrost change in boreal landscapes, altering the availability of soil carbon and nutrients that have important implications for future climate and ecological succession. However, not all landscapes are equally susceptible to fire-induced change. As fire frequency is expected to increase in the high latitudes, methods to understand the vulnerability and resilience of different landscapes to permafrost degradation are needed. Geophysical and other field observations reveal details of both near-surface (less than 1 m) and deeper (greater than 1 m) impacts of fire on permafrost along 14 transects that span burned-unburned boundaries in different landscape settings within interior...
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These data provide on the ground estimates of burn severity as estimated by the Composite Burn Index (CBI). Data were collected between 1996 and 2018 for fires that burned during this time period. Landsat imagery was used to develop regression relationships between the Normalized Burn Ratio (NBR) and differenced NBR (dNBR).
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Fire can be a significant driver of permafrost change in boreal landscapes, altering the availability of soil carbon and nutrients that have important implications for future climate and ecological succession. However, not all landscapes are equally susceptible to fire-induced change. As fire frequency is expected to increase in the high latitudes, methods to understand the vulnerability and resilience of different landscapes to permafrost degradation are needed. Geophysical and other field observations reveal details of both near-surface (less than 1 m) and deeper (greater than 1 m) impacts of fire on permafrost along 14 transects that span burned-unburned boundaries in different landscape settings within interior...
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This data consists of presence/absence observations for post-fire conifer regeneration. The data also includes estimates of plot-level topography (slope, aspect), relativized differenced normalized burn ratio (RdNBR), post-fire climate, live basal area, and seed rain. These data support the following publication:


    map background search result map search result map Fire impacts on permafrost in Alaska: Geophysical and other field data collected in 2015 Borehole Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Data; Alaska, 2015 final Borehole Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Inverted Models; Alaska, 2015 Electrical Resistivity Tomography Observations; Alaska, 2015 final Electrical Resistivity Tomography Inverted Models; Alaska, 2015 Permafrost Soil Measurements; Alaska, 2015 Permafrost Vegetation Measurements; Alaska, 2015 Demographic data for Hesperocyparis forbesii on Otay Mountain 2004-2017 Composite Burn Index (CBI) Data for the Conterminous US, Collected Between 1996 and 2018 Phenology pattern data indicating recovery trajectories of ponderosa pine forests after high-severity fires Post-fire conifer regeneration observations for National Forest land in California (2009 - 2017) Demographic data for Hesperocyparis forbesii on Otay Mountain 2004-2017 Borehole Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Data; Alaska, 2015 final Borehole Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Inverted Models; Alaska, 2015 Permafrost Soil Measurements; Alaska, 2015 Permafrost Vegetation Measurements; Alaska, 2015 Fire impacts on permafrost in Alaska: Geophysical and other field data collected in 2015 Electrical Resistivity Tomography Observations; Alaska, 2015 final Electrical Resistivity Tomography Inverted Models; Alaska, 2015 Post-fire conifer regeneration observations for National Forest land in California (2009 - 2017) Phenology pattern data indicating recovery trajectories of ponderosa pine forests after high-severity fires Composite Burn Index (CBI) Data for the Conterminous US, Collected Between 1996 and 2018