Spatial patterns of throughfall in a Douglas-fir forest

  • C├ęsar Cisneros Vaca (Creator)



In this research, a Douglas-fir stand was revisited to evaluate the changes in the throughfall spatial distribution and its temporal stability due to forest growth and thinning. We used 32 funnel-type collectors distributed in a random stratified array within a 0.2 ha plot to measure throughfall amounts from February to November 2015. The data collected and the scripts used for their analysis has been stored in this depository.

Hydrospheric sciences
Date made available4 Dec 2018
PublisherDATA Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)
Date of data production3 Dec 2018

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