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US-LS1: San Pedro River Lewis Springs Sacaton Grassland

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PI: Russell Scott russ.scott@ars.usda.gov - USDA-ARS
Lat, Long: 31.56153, -110.14033
Elevation(m): 1230
Network Affiliations: AmeriFlux
Vegetation IGBP: GRA (Grasslands: Lands with herbaceous types of cover. Tree and shrub cover is less than 10%. Permanent wetlands lands with a permanent mixture of water and herbaceous or woody vegetation. The vegetation can be present in either salt, brackish, or fresh water.)
Climate Koeppen: Bwh (Desert: warm winter)
Mean Annual Temp (°C): 17
Mean Annual Precip. (mm): 288
Flux Species Measured: CO2, H2O
Years Data Collected: 2003 - 2007
Years Data Available:2002 - 2007
Description:
This is a riparian grassland located along an old alluvial terrace along the banks of the entrenched San Pedro River in southeastern Arizona. Site climate ...
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Research Topics: riparian vegetation water use and carbon uptake, groundwater dependent ecosystem functioning, woody plant encroachment
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SCOTT, R. L., HUXMAN, T. E., WILLIAMS, D. G., GOODRICH, D. C. 2006. Ecohydrological Impacts Of Woody-Plant Encroachment: Seasonal Patterns Of Water And Carbon Dioxide Exchange Within A Semiarid Riparian Environment, Global Change Biology, 12:2, 311-324.

US-LS1: San Pedro River Lewis Springs Sacaton Grassland

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  • Citation: Russell Scott (2003-2007) AmeriFlux US-LS1 San Pedro River Lewis Springs Sacaton Grassland, Dataset. https://doi.org/10.17190/AMF/1660346
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US-LS1: San Pedro River Lewis Springs Sacaton Grassland

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2006 SCOTT, R. L., HUXMAN, T. E., WILLIAMS, D. G., GOODRICH, D. C. (2006) Ecohydrological Impacts Of Woody-Plant Encroachment: Seasonal Patterns Of Water And Carbon Dioxide Exchange Within A Semiarid Riparian Environment, Global Change Biology, 12(2), 311-324.
2008 Scott, R., Cable, W., Huxman, T., Nagler, P., Hernandez, M., Goodrich, D. (2008) Multiyear Riparian Evapotranspiration And Groundwater Use For A Semiarid Watershed, Journal Of Arid Environments, 72(7), 1232-1246.
2006 SCOTT, R. L., HUXMAN, T. E., WILLIAMS, D. G., GOODRICH, D. C. (2006) Ecohydrological Impacts Of Woody-Plant Encroachment: Seasonal Patterns Of Water And Carbon Dioxide Exchange Within A Semiarid Riparian Environment, Global Change Biology, 12(2), 311-324.
2014 Scott, R. L., Huxman, T. E., Barron-Gafford, G. A., Darrel Jenerette, G., Young, J. M., Hamerlynck, E. P. (2014) When Vegetation Change Alters Ecosystem Water Availability, Global Change Biology, 20(7), 2198-2210.

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