Field measurements of temperature, moisture and photosynthetic activity in three species of moss at Casey over a two week period in January 2003
Samples were collected at ASPA 135, at the melt lake, northeast side during 2002/3 at Casey. Temperature sensors (i-buttons) were inserted into moss beds and a range of associated measurements were recorded (e.g. moisture and photosynthetic activity). The work was conducted by Jane Wasley and Johanna Turnbull over a two week period, from 15 to 28 January 2003. Other data in this collection include scanned copies of relevant pages from field (ibutton field notes 2002-3.pdf) and laboratory (ibutton lab notes 2002-3.pdf) notebooks. This collection is not available for public access.
Australian Antarctic Data Centre
Wasley, Jane, Turnbull, Johanna and Robinson, Sharon (2015) Field measurements of temperature, moisture and photosynthetic activity in three species of moss at Casey over a two week period in January 2003 Australian Antarctic Data Centre. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.4225/15/552F33039EA83
2002 - 2003
0501 ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS, 0607 PLANT BIOLOGY
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