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Leaf Chemistry, 1992-1993 (ACCP)

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Data setLeaf Chemistry, 1992-1993 (ACCP)
Release date1999-05-07
ProjectAccelerated Canopy Chemistry Program
Time Period1992-06-18 to 1993-05-27


Carbon and nitrogen concentrations of fresh forest foliage were determined. Results were used to calibrate Visible/NIR reflectance for estimation of canopy carbon and nitrogen.


Data set reference document


Aber, J.D., and M.E. Martin. 1999. Leaf Chemistry, 1992-1993 (ACCP). ORNL DAAC, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA.
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Accelerated Canopy Chemistry Program: The Accelerated Canopy Chemistry Program (ACCP) compiled a database of canopy chemistry for sites in the United States. The ACCP data consist of AVIRIS images, laboratory chemical analysis of field samples, laboratory spectra and chemical analyses from several mini-canopy experiments, and canopy modeling data. The Oak Ridge DAAC is interested in adding additional canopy chemistry data from sites around the world as contributed by investigators.

Project data set list for Accelerated Canopy Chemistry Program.

Accelerated Canopy Chemistry Program has 3 available companion files.
  • LTER_species.dat
  • LTER_species.txt
  • LTER_species.xls

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  • leafchem.pdf
  • grnlchem.dat

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Data File (Granule)File SizeDatesLatitudeLongitude
bhi_chem.dat 15.4 KB 1992-06-26 - 1992-06-29 43.63N89.76W
gainchem.dat 7.0 KB 1992-07-08 29.70N82.17W
hf_chem.dat 15.7 KB 1992-06-18 - 1992-06-23 42.49N71.80W
how_chem.dat 15.6 KB 1992-09-01 45.22N68.74W
jr_chem.dat 4.3 KB 1992-06-30 - 1993-05-27 37.41N121.76W
ricechem.dat 5.9 KB 1992-08-20 38.92N To 38.73N120.11W To 120.46W


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