Responses to alternative harvesting practices in drained peatland forest: water table level and spruce needle chlorophyll fluorescence

Published: 26 April 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/9cxx5nmdyp.1
Kersti Haahti


Data used in the research article “Vegetation controls of water and energy balance of a drained peatland forest: responses to alternative harvesting practices” (Haahti et al., AFM 2020): spruce_Fv_FM.csv contains the ratio of variable chlorophyll fluorescence to maximal chlorophyll fluorescence (Fv/Fm) measured from current-year and one-year-old spruce needles in the partial harvested (n=50) and the non-harvested (n=20) stand during two post-treatment growing seasons. WTL.csv contains the processed daily water table level as distance from the soil surface (mean, maximum, minimum) for the non-harvested stand (2010-2018) and for the clear-cut and partial harvested sites (2016-2018).



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