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Replication Data for: Spatio-temporal variability of peat CH4 and N2O fluxes and their contribution to peat net GHG budget in forest and oil palm plantations in Indonesia

Spatio-temporal replicate data of measurements collected by Swails et al. Total soil respiration, CH4 and N2O flux and environmental parameters along a chronosequence of peat swamp forest conversion to oil palm plantation in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Dataset's Files

DB_Raw_Data_ESwails-kh.xlsx
MD5: 35b8ad8a869cf2e68570e732f696b8ac
The supporting information contains four databases. The first two (DBCollar-CO2 and DBCollar-N2O&CH4) present data collected monthly at each collar. The third one (DBSoilMoisture) presents data collected monthly for bulk density, soil moisture and WFPS detemination. The fourth one (DBLitterfall) presents data collected monthly in litterfall traps placed in the forest
Authors

Swails, E.

Publication date

2020-02-11

DOI

10.17528/CIFOR/DATA.00201

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