Variables: Precipitation, Barometric pressure, Temperature, Relative humidity, Dew point temperature, Wind speed, Wind direction, Wind std, Friction velocity, Carbon dioxide flux, Sensible heat flux, Latent heat flux, Carbon dioxide, Vapor pressure deficit, Radiation net, Radiation incoming PAR, Radiation incoming shortwave, Radiation outgoing shortwave, Radiation incoming longwave, Radiation outgoing longwave, Water flux, Water vapor concentration, Ecosystem respiration, Gross primary productivity, Ground heat flux, Soil moisture, Eddy covariance
Date Range: (2007-2018)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory; Catalina-Jemez Critical Zone Observatory; Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory; Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory; Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory
Contact: Xiande Meng, firstname.lastname@example.org
Field Area: Boulder Creek Watershed | Jemez River Basin | Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed | Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory | San Joaquin Experimental Range (210-520 m elevation) | Soaproot Saddle (1000-1500 m elevation) | Short Hair (2670 m elevation)
Flux tower, Eddy covariance, Carbon dioxide, Temperature, Water flux, Heat flux, Radiation, Precipitation
XML is in ISO-19115 geographic metadata format, compatible with ESRI Geoportal Server.
See respective data web service for a detailed citation.
Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory; Catalina-Jemez Critical Zone Observatory; Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory; Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory; Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory (2018). "CZO Dataset: National - Flux Tower (2007-2018) - AmeriFlux Network data." Retrieved 22 Jul 2019, from http://criticalzone.org/national/data/dataset/6569/
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