Variables: Air temperature, Wind direction, Wind speed, Carbon dioxide flux, Sensible heat flux, Latent heat flux, Precipitation, Relative humidity, Carbon dioxide concentration, Radiation net, Radiation incoming PAR, Radiation incoming shortwave, Radiation outgoing shortwave, Radiation incoming longwave, Radiation outgoing longwave, Water vapor concentration, Skin temperature, Soil temperature, Ground heat flux, Soil Moisture.
Date Range: (2016-08-31 to 2017-12-31)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Yao Tang; Jingfeng Wang
Contact: Yao Tang, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, 30332, email@example.com
flux tower, CO2, water vapor, and 3D wind speed, long wave and short wave radiation, air temperature, relative humidity, ground heat flux, soil temperature, soil moisture
XML is in ISO-19115 geographic metadata format, compatible with ESRI Geoportal Server.
Tang, Y & J. Wang, 2018, Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory young pine forest flux tower data, http://criticalzone.org/calhoun/data/dataset/5821/
Yao Tang; Jingfeng Wang (2017). "CZO Dataset: Calhoun CZO Research Area 1 - Flux Tower (2016-2017) - Young Pine Forest." Retrieved 25 Jun 2019, from http://criticalzone.org/national/data/dataset/5821/
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