Precipitation temporal repackaging into fewer, larger storms delayed seasonal timing of peak photosynthesis in a semi-arid grassland
datasetposted on 15.12.2021, 20:39 authored by Fangyue ZhangFangyue Zhang, Joel A. Biederman, Nathan A. Pierce, Daniel A Potts, Charles Devine, Yanbin HaoYanbin Hao, William K. Smith
This dataset supports the associated publication "Precipitation temporal repackaging into fewer, larger storms delayed seasonal timing of peak photosynthesis in a semi-arid grassland" https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.13980.
3.5 days dry interval (S1) 7 days dry interval (S2) 14 days dry interval (S3) 21 days dry interval (S4)
It includes 1) weekly plot-level flux, 2) Digitaria californica reproductive culm, 3) community structure for five blocks (H1-H5) and four precipitation treatments (S1-S4). Each block consists of a rainout shelter (itself consisting of four randomized plots). Precipitation treatments consist of
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