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Consequences of intraspecific and interspecific biodiversity in willows and poplars for community processes and ecosystem function (BiWaP) - Experiment 277


Tree growth and herbivory

Years Available: 2016

Principle Investigators

Grossman, Jacob
Cavender-Bares, Jeannine

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Environmental Data Initiative data package

EDI Package ID DOI
knb-lter-cdr.664.1
doi:10.6073/pasta/c93ccc62880e26421775ed892c9f540d

ATTRIBUTES

FieldNameDefinitionUnitCode
1Blockblock one is to the east in a smaller enclosure and block two is to the west in a larger enclosure, loser to FAB.
2PlotThese numbers are duplicated across blocks, so each block has plot 1-18.
3RowNumbered across the block so that plots 1-6 have rows 1-11, plots 7-12 have rows 12-22, and plots 13-18 have rows 23-33.
4ColumnLettered across the block so that aa comes after z. Plots 1, 7, and 12 have columns a-e, etc.
5SpeciesSpecies identifiers=SANI, p=POTR, a=POAL
6GenotypeAn arbitrary number designating which genotype within a species the tree corresponds to.
7SRThe species richness of the plot.Count
8GRThe genotypic richness of the plot.Count
9TreatmentA code indicating the set of factor-levels for the plot. 1S3G = 1 species, 3 genotypes
10CompositionA code indicating the particular composition of the plot. 3.3_A6_S3_T2 means a 3-species, 3-genotype plot with genotypes A6, S3, and T2.
11D_15 (mm)Basal diameter of the leading (tallest) stem in September 2015 in mm.millimeter
12H_15 (cm)Height to tallest leader of the leading (tallest) stem in September 2015 in cm.centimeter
13D_16 (mm)Basal diameter of the leading (tallest) stem in September 2016 in mm.milliliter
14H_16 (cm)Height to tallest leader of the leading (tallest) stem in September 2016 in cm.centimeter
15dead_150 indicates alive and 1 indicates dead in September 2015. Dead trees in 2015 died after replanting in June 2015.
16dead_16indicates alive and 1 indicates dead in September 2016.
17leaf_Remcategorical measure of leaf damage1=up to 0.5 cm2 removed, 2=up to 25 percent of leaf area removed, 3= more than 25 percent removed
18gallsNumber of stem and leaf galls recorded on entire plant. 10 indicates 10 or more and is used only when there were too many to count.Count
19leaf_minerNumber of leaf miner tracks recorded on all leaves. 10 indicates 10 or more and is used only when there were too many to count.Count
20leaf_gallLeaf gall presence0=not present, 1=present
21stem_gallStem gall presence0=not present, 1=present
22scaleScale presence0=not present, 1=present
23ants_aphidsAnts ad aphid farming present0=not present, 1=present
 

SAMPLE DATASET

BlockPlotRowColumnSpeciesGenotypeSRGRTreatmentCompositionD_15H_15D_16H_16dead_15dead_16leaf_remgallsleaf_minerleaf_gallstem_gallscale
21631qa6333S3G3.3_A6_S3_T310.5191.51200
238la3131S3G1.3_A1.5112900
11016ta6131S3G1.3_A8.5692.53200
2718ba2111S1G1.1_A215.5792.58200
2310la3131S3G1.3_A3.5333.55000
131ma6333S3G3.3_A6_S3_T33224.531.500
117aa3111S1G1.1_A35355.560.500
1311oa6333S3G3.3_A6_S3_T31125.53000
2311oa3131S3G1.3_A341.55.570.500
21527oa3333S3G3.3_A3_S3_T2661.5663.500
166dda2111S1G1.1_A24.5376.581.500
11016ra3131S3G1.3_A12.593.56.570.500
                      

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Consequences of intraspecific and interspecific biodiversity in willows and poplars for community processes and ecosystem function (BiWaP): Tree growth and herbivory

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