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https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-2024-110
https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-2024-110
03 Jun 2024
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High-resolution Carbon cycling data from 2019 to 2021 measured at six Austrian LTER sites

Thomas Dirnböck, Michael Bahn, Eugenio Diaz-Pines, Ika Djukic, Michael Englisch, Karl Gartner, Günther Gollobich, Armin Hofbauer, Johannes Ingrisch, Barbara Kitzler, Karl Knaebel, Johannes Kobler, Andreas Maier, Christoph Wohner, Ivo Offenthaler, Johannes Peterseil, Gisela Pröll, Sarah Venier, Sophie Zechmeister, Anita Zolles, and Stephan Glatzel

Abstract. Seven long-term observation sites have been established in six regions across Austria, covering major ecosystem types such as forests, grasslands and wetlands across a wide bioclimatic range. The purpose of these observations is to measure key ecosystem parameters serving as baselines for assessing the impacts of extreme climate events on the carbon cycle. The data sets collected include meteorological variables, soil microclimate, CO2 fluxes and tree stem growth, all recorded at high temporal resolution between 2019 and 2021 (including one year of average climate conditions and two comparatively dry years). The DOIs of the dataset can be found in the data availability chapter. The sites will be integrated into the European Research Infrastructure for Integrated European Long-Term Ecosystem, Critical Zone, and Socio-Ecological Research (eLTER RI). Subsequently, new data covering the variables presented here will be continuously available through its data integration portal. This step will allow the data to reach its full potential for research on drought-related ecosystem carbon cycling.

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Thomas Dirnböck, Michael Bahn, Eugenio Diaz-Pines, Ika Djukic, Michael Englisch, Karl Gartner, Günther Gollobich, Armin Hofbauer, Johannes Ingrisch, Barbara Kitzler, Karl Knaebel, Johannes Kobler, Andreas Maier, Christoph Wohner, Ivo Offenthaler, Johannes Peterseil, Gisela Pröll, Sarah Venier, Sophie Zechmeister, Anita Zolles, and Stephan Glatzel

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Thomas Dirnböck, Michael Bahn, Eugenio Diaz-Pines, Ika Djukic, Michael Englisch, Karl Gartner, Günther Gollobich, Armin Hofbauer, Johannes Ingrisch, Barbara Kitzler, Karl Knaebel, Johannes Kobler, Andreas Maier, Christoph Wohner, Ivo Offenthaler, Johannes Peterseil, Gisela Pröll, Sarah Venier, Sophie Zechmeister, Anita Zolles, and Stephan Glatzel

Data sets

Zöbelboden (Austria) - soil CO2 respiration for the years 2019-2021 J. Kobler et al. https://doi.org/10.23728/b2share.4f44006b932142e68981106a016f1f56

Interactive computing environment

Jupyter Notebook to access, merge, and visualize the data from all sites I. Offenthaler https://gist.github.com/1O/9bbe44a03f12801c6c742202b005db57

Thomas Dirnböck, Michael Bahn, Eugenio Diaz-Pines, Ika Djukic, Michael Englisch, Karl Gartner, Günther Gollobich, Armin Hofbauer, Johannes Ingrisch, Barbara Kitzler, Karl Knaebel, Johannes Kobler, Andreas Maier, Christoph Wohner, Ivo Offenthaler, Johannes Peterseil, Gisela Pröll, Sarah Venier, Sophie Zechmeister, Anita Zolles, and Stephan Glatzel

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Long-term observation sites have been established in Austria's six regions, covering major ecosystem types such as forests, grasslands, and wetlands. The purpose of these observations is to measure baselines for assessing the impacts of extreme climate events on the carbon cycle. The collected data sets include meteorological variables, soil temperature and moisture, carbon dioxide fluxes from the soil, and tree stem growth in forests at a resolution of 30–60 minutes between 2019 and 2021.
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