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Soil Physico-Chemical Data, Victorian Dry Eucalypt SuperSite, Whroo, Core 1 ha, 2015

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Beringer, Jason, Professor ; McHugh, Ian
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This data package contains the results of physico-chemical soil analyses for the Whroo node of the Victorian Dry Eucalypt Supersite. Two separate analyses were undertaken: one for the soil pit co-located with the tower, and another for a set of soil cores taken at designated points within the core reference grid. The pit was dug with an excavator to a depth of 1.6m (bedrock level) and samples were taken from the face of the pit at depths commensurate with identifiable layers. This analysis was undertaken in March 2015, and both field and subsequent lab work (pre-preparation) was undertaken by a contracted professional soil scientist. With the exception of bulk density and gravimetric soil moisture, physical and chemical analyses were undertaken externally by a professional laboratory (Environmental Analysis Laboratory, Southen Cross University). The second analysis was undertaken in 2013, and samples were bulked from a nine-sample strategy (for each of two depths[0-10, 10-30cm]; see Supersite Protocol documents for details), then prepared and externally analysed.

Data time period: 2015-03-25 to 2015-03-25

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145.029247,-36.672 145.029247,-36.673215 145.02843,-36.673215 145.02843,-36.672 145.029247,-36.672

145.0288385,-36.6726075

text: Whroo goldfields region northeast (approximately 20km) of Nagambie, Victoria

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