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Evapotranspiration and energy partitioning across a forest-shrub vegetation gradient in a subarctic, alpine catchment

Description: This dataset includes meteorological and eddy covariance data from the three sites outlined in the manuscript, "Evapotranspiration and energy partitioning across a forest-shrub vegetation gradient in a subarctic, alpine catchment" by Nicholls and Carey in Journal of Hydrology (2021). This includes data from a white spruce boreal forest (2017-2020), a tall, dense shrub taiga site (2015-2020), and a short, sparse shrub taiga site (2015-2020).
Notes: Item exited embargo and became publicly available on 2022-06-15
Authors: Carey, Sean K.; McMaster University; ORCID iD 0000-0002-3316-228X
Keywords: Evapotranspiration
surface energy balance
albedo
shrubification
vegetation change
subalpine taiga
boreal forest
Field of Research: 
Earth and related environmental sciences
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Hydrology
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Hydrometeorology
Publication Date: 2022-06-15
Publisher: Federated Research Data Repository / dépôt fédéré de données de recherche
Funder: Global Water Futures (GWF)
URI: https://doi.org/10.20383/102.0474
Geographic Coverage: 
Place Name
Wolf Creek Research Basin
Province /
Province / Territory
Yukon
Territory
 
Country
Canada
Geographic Point: 
Latitude
60.596886
Longitude
-134.952833

Latitude
60.521631
Longitude
-135.19715

Latitude
60.545119
Longitude
-135.191
Appears in Collections:Global Water Futures

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Citation
Carey, S. (2022). Evapotranspiration and energy partitioning across a forest-shrub vegetation gradient in a subarctic, alpine catchment. Federated Research Data Repository. https://doi.org/10.20383/102.0474