La Orduña Shade Coffee Plantation. Mexico. Hydrometeorological and Water Stable Isotope Data.

  • Lyssette Elena Muñoz-Villers (Contributor)
  • Josie Geris (Contributor)
  • María Susana Alvarado Barrientos (Contributor)
  • Friso Holwerda (Contributor)
  • Todd Dawson (Contributor)



Microclimate data and rain water samples collected during the 2013-2014 and 2016-2017 hydrological years (November to October) at INECOL meteorological station in Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico. Soil water content measurements, and bulk soil and plant tissue (stem and segments of branches) samples were collected during the 2014 and 2017 dry seasons and 2017 wet season isotope sampling campaigns. Rain, bulk soil and plant samples were analyzed for water stable isotopes. The purpose of the data was to provide baseline information on the hydrometeorology and plant-soil water interactions for a traditional shade coffee plantation in central Veracruz, Mexico

Copyright and Open Data Licencing

This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Date made available1 Jan 2020
PublisherUC Santa Barbara
Temporal coverage2013 - 2017
Date of data production2020
Geographical coverageINECOL, Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico. La Orduña, Coatepec, Veracruz, Mexico

Funder and Grant Reference number

  • Other
  • PAPIIT-UNAM-Mexico (No. IB100313 and IB100113)
  • INFRA-CONACyT-Mexico (No. 187646)
  • NSF-USA (No. 1313804)
  • Scottish Funding Council
  • Scottish Funding Council (SP10192)

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