Chitra-Tarak R; Xu C; Aguilar S; Anderson-Teixeira K; Chambers J; Detto M; Faybishenko B; Fisher R; Knox R; Koven C; Kueppers L; Norbert K; Kupers S; McDowell N; Newman B; Paton S; Pérez R; Ruiz L; Sack L; Warren J; Wolfe B; Wright C; Wright J; Zailaa J; McMahon S
Barro Colorado Island (BCI)
Model Code; Model output; Soil matric potential; Soil water content (saturation)
Jan. 1, 1990
Dec. 31, 2018
This dataset has ELM-FATES simulation outputs and scripts that accompany and reproduce the manuscript, Chitra-Tarak et al. (2021) Hydraulically-vulnerable trees survive on deep-water access during droughts in a tropical forest. New Phytologist. https: //doi.org/10.1111/nph.17464”. This dataset is organized into four parts: (1) source code for the model, Energy Exascale Earth System Land Model-Functionally Assembled Advanced Terrestrial simulator (ELM-FATES) (2) R scripts associated with ELM-FATES simulations: to prepare files for parameter ensemble simulation runs, calibrate the model with observed hydrological fluxes observed at BCI, re-run the model with tuned parameters and obtain long-term soil matric potentials by depth (3) ELM-FATES hydrological simulation outputs at PA-BCI, Panama (1990-2018, daily), and (4) R scripts for inverse rooting depth modeling and post-processing: prepare datasets and inversely model tree rooting depths at BCI, test hypotheses about the relationship of rooting depths with plant hydraulic traits and drought-induced mortality, and reproduce the manuscript itself. n.b. 1. Data needed to run R scripts in (2) and (4) and thus to reproduce the manuscript are sourced from various public datasets. Refer to the data availability section of the accompanying manuscript. 2. This dataset version (prepared on May 12, 2021) matches the revised and published version of the accompanying manuscript (published May 16, 2021) replacing a previous version. In the publication, this dataset is cited as follows: Chitra-Tarak R, Xu C, Aguilar S, Anderson-Teixeira K, Chambers J, Detto M, Faybishenko B, Fisher R, Knox R, Koven C et al. 2020. Soil water potentials (1990–2018) from a calibrated ELM-FATES, and rooting depth analyses scripts, PA-BCI, Panama. 2.0. NGEE Tropics Data Collection. doi: 10.15486/ngt/1696806
See associated publication for methods information.
Los Alamos National Lab
U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, National Science Foundation
Chitra-Tarak, Rutuja - Los Alamos National Laboratory ([email protected])
Chitra-Tarak R; Xu C; Aguilar S; Anderson-Teixeira K; Chambers J; Detto M; Faybishenko B; Fisher R; Knox R; Koven C; Kueppers L; Norbert K; Kupers S; McDowell N; Newman B; Paton S; Pérez R; Ruiz L; Sack L; Warren J; Wolfe B; Wright C; Wright J; Zailaa J; McMahon S (2021): Soil Water Potentials (1990-2018) from a calibrated ELM-FATES, and rooting depth analyses scripts, PA-BCI, Panama. 1.0. NGEE Tropics Data Collection. (dataset). http://dx.doi.org/10.15486/ngt/1696806
Funding for NGEE-Tropics data resources was provided by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, Office of Biological and Environmental Research.
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Chitra-Tarak, Rutuja, Chonggang Xu, Salomón Aguilar, Kristina Anderson-Teixeira, Jeff Chambers, Matteo Detto, Boris Faybishenko, Rosie Fisher, Ryan Knox, Charlie Koven, Lara Kueppers, Nobert Kunert, Stefan J. Kupers, Nathan G. McDowell, Brent Newman, Steve Paton, Rolando Pérez, Laurent Ruiz, Lawren Sack, Jeffrey M. Warren, Brett T. Wolfe, Cynthia Wright, S. Joseph Wright, Joseph Zailaa, Sean M. McMahon. (2021) Hydraulically-vulnerable trees survive on deep-water access during droughts in a tropical forest. New Phytologist https: //doi.org/10.1111/nph.17464