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Research Locations: Niwot Ridge

Ownership: USFS - UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
Found within (2nd Order): Niwot Ridge (USFS - UNESCO Biosphere Reserve)

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Data From: Niwot Ridge

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Associated Groups: The Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland,

Measurement and observation location(s) in Niwot Ridge:
Niwot Ridge, Alpine zone, C1, C1 NOAA, C1 NADP, C1 lysimeters, C1 ground water wells, C1 chart recorder, C1 data loggers (CR23X and CR1000), C1 site, C1 Snotel, C1 wells, Ameriflux tower, Como Creek, D1, D1 chart recorder, D1 data loggers (CR23X and CR1000), East knoll, East of Tvan, E slope of Niwot Ridge, Fahey data logger, Kiwi van, N slope of Niwot Ridge, North of C1, North of Tvan, North of saddle, Nutnet site, Saddle, Saddle chart recorder, Saddle data loggers (CR23X and CR1000), Saddle grid, Saddle grid plots, Saddle NADP, Saddle nodal plots, Saddle site, Saddle snowfence, Saddle wells, Soddie data logger, S slope of Niwot Ridge, Soddie lab, Soddie site, South of saddle, Subalpine forest, Subnivean data logger, Subnivean lab, Treeline, Trough, Tundralab, Tvan, Tvan towers data loggers (CR3000), West knoll


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Biogeochemistry
Hydrology
Entomology
Microbial ecology
Plant/vegetation ecology
Soil science

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Niwot Ridge Landscapes

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    Sunrise in the Indian Peaks Wilderness
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    Cloud glow above Arapaho, Albion, Kiowa, and Navajo Peaks
  • Kiowa and Navajo Peaks (13,276 and 13,409 ft) dominate the skyline above a pool on Niwot Ridge
    Kiowa and Navajo Peaks (13,276 and 13,409 ft) dominate the skyline above a pool on Niwot Ridge
  • Indian Peaks, with (r to l) Navajo, Apache, Shoshoni, and Pawnee
    Indian Peaks, with (r to l) Navajo, Apache, Shoshoni, and Pawnee
  • Continental Divide and upper Green Lakes Valley
    Continental Divide and upper Green Lakes Valley


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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement #DEB-1637686. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necesarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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