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LBA-ECO CD-06 Biogeochemistry of Ji-Parana River and Tributaries, Brazil: 1999-2003

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Data setLBA-ECO CD-06 Biogeochemistry of Ji-Parana River and Tributaries, Brazil: 1999-2003
DOI10.3334/ORNLDAAC/1227
Release date2014-06-25
ProjectLarge Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere
Time Period1999-05-24 to 2003-05-20

Description

This data set provides spatially extensive and temporally intensive surveys of the river biogeochemistry of the Ji-Parana River Basin in Western Amazonia, Rondonia, Brazil. The concentrations of major nutrient ions, dissolved organic and inorganic carbon, pH, temperature, dissolved oxygen, and conductivity were measured in Ji-Parana River and tributary samples at the defined seasonal or monthly intervals. Dominant landuse/landcover classes, slope, and soil cation exchange capacity are included for each of the extensive sampling locations derived from river basin and sub-basin characteristics. Water samples were collected from 1999 to 2003 along the main stem of the Ji-Parana River as well as from the major tributaries including the Urupa. Shapefiles with the boundaries of the major sub-basins of the study area as well as the location of the sample collection points are included for the intensive and extensive sampling campaigns as well as the Urupa River campaign. There are six comma-separated data files (.csv) and five compressed shapefiles (.zip) with this data set.

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Citation

Richey, J.E., A.V. Krusche, R.L. Victoria, M.V.R. Ballester, N.K. Leite, B.M. Gomes, M.A. Bolson, S.G. Neto, and A.A. Montebelo. 2014. LBA-ECO CD-06 Biogeochemistry of Ji-Parana River and Tributaries, Brazil: 1999-2003. ORNL DAAC, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA. http://dx.doi.org/10.3334/ORNLDAAC/1227
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Project

Large Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere : The Large-Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere Experiment in Amazonia (LBA) is an intensive scientific investigation of the tropical rainforest of Brazil and portions of adjacent countries. Like FIFE and BOREAS, this project uses intensive remote-sensing techniques and ground-based experiments to investigate the atmosphere-biosphere-hydrosphere dynamics of this large tropical region. The LBA Project encompasses several scientific disciplines, or components. The LBA-ECO component focuses on the question: "How do tropical forest conversion, regrowth, and selective logging influence carbon storage, nutrient dynamics, trace gas fluxes, and the prospect for sustainable land use in Amazonia?"

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  • CD06_BGC_JP_sites_coordinates.csv
  • CD06_BGC_JiParana.pdf

Data Files

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Data File (Granule)File SizeDatesLatitudeLongitude
urupa_basin.zip 8.4 KB 1999-05-24 - 2003-05-20 8.03S To 12.93S60.01W To 63.42W
Ji_Parana_Org_matter_chemistry.csv 34.6 KB 1999-05-24 - 2001-05-20 8.09S To 12.87S60.19W To 62.93W
ext_sub-basins.zip 121.4 KB 1999-05-24 - 2003-05-20 8.03S To 12.93S60.01W To 63.42W
Ji_Parana_Intensive_bgc.csv 31.6 KB 1999-05-24 - 2002-04-30 8.09S To 12.87S60.19W To 62.93W
Extensive_sites_bgc_wet_season.csv 9.4 KB 1999-05-24 - 2003-05-20 8.33S To 12.87S60.19W To 62.83W
Extensive_sites_bgc_dry_season.csv 13.6 KB 2001-07-02 - 2001-07-19 8.33S To 12.87S60.11W To 62.83W
Ji_Parana_Extensive_landcover_soils.csv 3.9 KB 1999-05-24 - 2003-05-20 8.33S To 12.87S60.19W To 62.83W
int_sub_basinsI.zip 90.8 KB 1999-05-24 - 2003-05-20 8.03S To 12.93S60.01W To 63.42W
ext_sampling_sites.zip 2.9 KB 1999-05-24 - 2003-05-20 8.03S To 12.93S60.01W To 63.42W
Urupa_bgc.csv 56.6 KB 2001-07-02 - 2001-07-19 11.00S To 11.15S62.12W To 62.61W
int_sitesI.zip 2.3 KB 1999-05-24 - 2003-05-20 8.03S To 12.93S60.01W To 63.42W

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