Thorton, NH: Hydrologic and Topographic Controls on Organic Carbon in Soils

NCALM Seed Project PI: Adam Finkelman, Plymouth State University. The survey area is an irregular polygon approximately 42 square kilometers approximately 20 kilometers north of Plymouth, NH in the White Mountain National Forest. The data were collected to study the hydrologic and topographic controls on the distribution of organic carbon in forest soils.
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