Study ID 243

Long-term N-fertilized vegetation plots on Hog Island Virginia Coastal Barrier Islands 1992 to 2014

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Realm: Terrestrial
Climate: Temperate
Biome: Temperate coniferous forest
Central latitude: 37.446634
Central longitude: -75.667464
Duration: 22 years, from 1992 to 2014

8508 records

51 distinct species

Across the time series Panicum amarum is the most frequently occurring species

Citation(s):

Day, F. (2010) “Long-term N-fertilized vegetation plots on Hog Island, Virginia Coastal Barrier Islands, 1992-2014.” Virginia Coast Reserve Long-Term Ecological Research Project. Available at: http://www.vcrlter.virginia.edu/cgi-bin/showDataset.cgi?docid=knb-lter-vcr.106, accessed 2013.Day, F. P., Conn, C., Crawford, E. & Stevenson, M. (2004) Long-term effects of nitrogen fertilization on plant community structure on a coastal barrier island dune chronosequence. Journal of Coastal Research, 20, 722–730.

Methods

This dataset contains results from a long-term fertilization study on the dunes of Hog Island Virginia. Unit of abundance = IndCountInt, Unit of biomass = Cover