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Timber Measurements (OTTER)

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Data setTimber Measurements (OTTER)
DOI10.3334/ORNLDAAC/125
Release date1994-07-24
ProjectOregon Transect Ecosystem Research
Time Period1990-08-01

Description

Height, crown width, DBH, and height-to-crown distance collected using variable-radius plot sampling with steel tape and hand-held compass to locate points along transect

Documentation

Data set reference document

Citation

Strahler, A.H. 1994. Timber Measurements (OTTER) . ORNL DAAC, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA. http://dx.doi.org/10.3334/ORNLDAAC/125
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Project

Oregon Transect Ecosystem Research : The Oregon Transect Ecosystem Research (OTTER) project was a collaborative effort between NASA and several universities to study the ecology of western coniferous forests using remote sensing technology supported by ground observations. The primary objective of the OTTER project was to estimate major fluxes of carbon, nitrogen, and water in coniferous forests using an ecosystem process model.

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Oregon Transect Ecosystem Research has 6 available companion files.
  • aug90cam.txt
  • oct90cam.txt
  • siteloc.txt
  • jun90cam.txt
  • win90cam.txt
  • may91cam.txt

Companion Files

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  • Timber_Data.pdf
  • timber.txt

Data Files

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Data File (Granule)File SizeDatesLatitudeLongitude
cascadeheadog.timber 1.7 KB 1990-08-01 45.05N123.92W
juniper.timber 1.9 KB 1990-08-01 44.29N121.33W
metolius.timber 1.7 KB 1990-08-01 44.38N121.68W
scioif.timber 1.8 KB 1990-08-01 44.67N122.61W
waringswoods.timber 1.6 KB 1990-08-01 44.60N123.27W

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