Based on 23 years of BEMP data, we see that flooding is the key ecological driver of the bosque.
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Depth to Groundwater Threshold for Rio Grande Cottonwoods
Monthly Monitoring Data
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Field Water Quality
Citation for BEMP Data Sets:
As a matter of professional ethics, if you use BEMP data, please include proper citation and acknowledgement – thank you!
BEMP Data. Date updated. BEMP Database: name of dataset. From Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program. BEMP, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. Online: http://bemp.org/data-sets/ Date Retrieved.
Example for groundwater data:
BEMP Data. 2015. BEMP Database: Depth to Groundwater 1997-2015. From Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program. BEMP, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. Online: http://bemp.org/data-sets/ Accessed on August 31, 2016.