Biomet Flux Tower Data

Near real-time meteorology and eddy covariance flux data from Southern Old Black Spruce in Saskatchewan:

Meteorology and fire index data  

Eddy covariance flux data
Near real-time meteorology and eddy covariance flux data from Southern Old Aspen in Saskatchewan:

Meteorology and fire index data  

Eddy covariance flux data
Near real-time eddy covariance flux data from a hybrid poplar agroforestry plantation north of Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Eddy covariance flux data
Near real-time meteorology and eddy covariance data from a 25-year-old Douglas fir stand on Vancouver Island.

Meteorology and fire index data  

Eddy covariance flux data

The UBC Biometeorology and Soil Physics Group

The UBC Biometeorology and Soil Physics Group studies the effects of climate variability and disturbance on the carbon and water cycles in Canadian forested ecosystems. The main focus of our group is to better understand the micrometeorological and physiological processes controlling carbon dioxide, water vapor, energy exchange between natural and managed forest ecosystems and the atmosphere. Research is ongoing in the following settings: harvested west-coast temperate, mature southern boreal, mountain pine beetle attacked lodgepole pine and hybrid poplar agroforestry plantations.

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