Supplement 5. Additional material for terrestrial eNPP: Fig. 1, global natural forest aboveground eNPP, and Fig. 4A, global natural vegetation aboveground eNPP (excluding managed vegetation and wetlands).

2016-08-10T16:22:19Z (GMT) by Michael A. Huston Steve Wolverton
<h2>File List</h2><blockquote> <a href="Supp5Files/AllNPP.zip">AllNPP.zip</a> – All files below in one archive<br> <br> <a href="Supp5Files/NPP_TM196.pdf">NPP_TM196.pdf</a><br> <a href="Supp5Files/EMDI/EMDI_ClassA_NPP_81_R1.csv">EMDI_ClassA_NPP_81_R1.csv</a><br> <a href="Supp5Files/EMDI/EMDI_ClassA_NPP_81_R1MH.csv">EMDI_ClassA_NPP_81_R1MH.csv</a><br> <a href="Supp5Files/EMDI/EMDI_ClassB_NPP_933_v2.csv">EMDI_ClassB_NPP_933_v2.csv</a><br> <a href="Supp5Files/EMDI/EMDI_ClassB_NPP_933_v2MH.csv">EMDI_ClassB_NPP_933_v2MH.csv</a><br> <a href="Supp5Files/GPPDI/GPPDI_ClassA_Flags_162.csv">GPPDI_ClassA_Flags_162.csv</a><br> <a href="Supp5Files/GPPDI/GPPDI_ClassA_NPP_162_R1.csv">GPPDI_ClassA_NPP_162_R1.csv</a><br> <a href="Supp5Files/GPPDI/GPPDI_ClassA_NPP_162_RMH.csv">GPPDI_ClassA_NPP_162_RMH.csv</a><br> <a href="Supp5Files/GPPDI/GPPDI_ClassB_Flags_2363.csv">GPPDI_ClassB_Flags_2363.csv</a><br> <a href="Supp5Files/GPPDI/GPPDI_ClassB_NPP_2363.csv">GPPDI_ClassB_NPP_2363.csv</a><br> <a href="Supp5Files/GPPDI/GPPDI_ClassB_NPP_2363MH.csv">GPPDI_ClassB_NPP_2363MH.csv</a><br> <a href="Supp5Files/outforOUTPUTFiles/outforEMDIAB_FORESTS_Feb1710.csv">outforEMDIAB_FORESTS_Feb1710.csv</a><br> <a href="Supp5Files/outforOUTPUTFiles/outforGPPDI_ABForestsFeb1910.csv">outforGPPDI_ABForestsFeb1910.csv</a><br> <a href="Supp5Files/outforOUTPUTFiles/outforGDDPI_AB_AllNatFeb1910.csv">outforGDDPI_AB_AllNatFeb1910.csv</a><br> <a href="Supp5Files/outforeNPPFigureComparisonFeb82011.pdf">outforeNPPFigureComparisonFeb82011.pdf</a> </blockquote><h2>Description</h2><blockquote> <p>Input Data from Oak Ridge National Laboratory DAAC (Distributed Archive Access Center) <a href="ftp://daac.ornl.gov/data/npp/">ftp://daac.ornl.gov/data/npp/</a></p> <p>NPP_TM196.pdf - Documentation: History and variable descriptions for EMDI and GPPDI datasets. Olson et al. 2001. Global and Regional Ecosystem Modeling: Databases of Model Drivers and Validation Measurements. ORNL/TM-2001/19</p> <p>EMDI (Ecosystem Model-Data Intercomparison) – most complete, well-documented data</p> <blockquote> EMDI_ClassA_NPP_81_R1.csv – original DAAC File<br> EMDI_ClassA_NPP_81_R1MH.csv – edited for input to software<br> EMDI_ClassB_NPP_933_v2.csv – original DAAC File<br> EMDI_ClassB_NPP_933_v2MH.csv – edited for input to software </blockquote> <p>GPPDI (Global Primary Production Data Initiative) – less documented, multiple measurements per sits</p> <blockquote> GPPDI_ClassA_Flags_162.csv – original DAAC File<br> GPPDI_ClassA_NPP_162_R1.csv – original DAAC File<br> GPPDI_ClassA_NPP_162_RMH.csv – edited for input to software<br> GPPDI_ClassB_Flags_2363.csv – original DAAC File<br> GPPDI_ClassB_NPP_2363.csv – original DAAC File Note that 879 of the 2363 cases have missing ANPP values and were not used in any figures<br> GPPDI_ClassB_NPP_2363MH.csv – edited for input to software </blockquote> <p>Output Files with merged Class A and B data with Calculated Values of eANPP used for creating figures 1 and 4 (eANPP created by dividing ANPP by length of growing season).</p> <blockquote> outforEMDIAB_FORESTS_Feb1710.csv - equivalent to Huston and Wolverton 2009:Fig. 11E minus Chinese sites removed in DAAC revision R1<br> outforGPPDI_ABForestsFeb1910.csv - for comparison only, does not represent published figures, does not include Chinese sites removed in DAAC revision<br> outforGDDPI_AB_AllNatFeb1910.csv - data used for Fig. 4A, All natural vegetation types (desert, tundra, forests, etc.), excluding managed systems and wetland <p>Variable names used in output files</p> <blockquote> SiteNum – Site number used as unique identifier for sites in DAAC NPP datasets<br> Lat – Latitude of site<br> Long – Longitude of site<br> Latpoint – alternative latitude value for extracting data from global grids<br> Longpoint – alternative longitude for extracting data from global grids<br> Elevation – elevation of site in meters<br> BiomeType – descriptor of biome type for site<br> AnnTemp – Average annual Temperature– degrees C<br> AnnPPT – Average annual precipitation (mm)<br> ANPPCarbon – Measured aboveground net primary productivity in mass of carbon (g C m<sup>-2</sup> yr<sup>-1</sup>)<br> TNPPCarbon – Estimated total (above and belowground) NPP in mass of carbon (g C m<sup>-2</sup> yr<sup>-1</sup>) - data not used because belowground NPP was estimated not measured<br> ANPPBionass – Measured aboveground net primary productivity in units of dry biomass (g m<sup>-2</sup> yr<sup>-1</sup>) – calculated by multiplying ANPP Carbon by 2.1053<br> TNPPBiomass - Estimated total (above and belowground) NPP in units of dry biomass (g m<sup>-2</sup> yr<sup>-1</sup>) – calculated by multiplying TNPP Carbon by 2.1053 - data not used because belowground NPP was estimated not measured<br> eNPP – Aboveground net primary productivity in units of dry biomass per month (g m<sup>-2</sup> mon<sup>-1</sup>) – calculated by dividing ANPPBIomass by length of growing season in months<br> GrSeasMonths – estimated length of growing season for woody vegetation in months, calculated from global climate maps with growth limited by either temperature or precipitation (see Huston and Wolverton 2009)<br> </blockquote> </blockquote> <p>Sample Figures created from above output files:</p> <blockquote> outforeNPPFigureComparisonFeb82011.pdf </blockquote> </blockquote>