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Global effective plant rooting depth


The global effective plant rooting depth (unit: meter) datasets contains a climatological map of mean effective plant rooting depth over 1982-2010 at 0.5 degree spatial resolution based on Guswa's Carbon Cost-Benefit model. A detailed description of the method, input data and hydrological validation of the effectiveness of the estimated rooting dep... more


Soil Biology Surfacewater Hydrology Terrestrial Ecology


https://doi.org/10.4225/08/5837b3aa9cb90


1982


2010


Yuting Yang
Yuting.Yang@csiro.au

Plant rooting depth Carbon cost-benefit model


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CSIRO (Australia)


Yang, Yuting; Donohue, Randall; McVicar, Tim (2016): Global effective plant rooting depth. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/5837b3aa9cb90


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90°0′0″ N


90°0′0″ S


180°0′0″ E


180°0′0″ W


WGS84


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Legacy


Global Effective Plant Rooting Depth


Estimation of global plant effective rooting depth (climatological mean from 1982-2010) at 0.5 degree spatial resolution.


Modelling


Yuting Yang


Randall Donohue


Tim McVicar