Arctic Research Directory

ID-202 :   Energy, water vapor, and CO2 fluxes using micrometeorological measurements at a burned black spruce forests in Poker Flat Research Range.

Type

FIELDWORK

Research/Observation Title

Energy, water vapor, and CO2 fluxes using micrometeorological measurements at a burned black spruce forests in Poker Flat Research Range.

Science Summary (common)

The research site was established at August 2008 at a burned black spruce forest in the Poker Flat Research Range, Alaska. The forest was burned at 2004, and recovered to a young aspen-birch forest. Energy, water vapor, and CO2 fluxes were measured using the eddy covariance method. Micrometeorology and other environmental variables (etc., soil temperature and moisture) were also measured.

Planning Period

Planning Start Year 2018 〜 Planning End Year 2019

Principal Investigator

MASAHITO UEYAMA
Osaka Prefecture University
miyabi-flux@muh.biglobe.ne.jp
- Individual Project Information 1/1 Research/Observation Period 2018-04-01 〜 2019-03-31

Discipline(s)

Atmospheric Science, Cryosphere, Hydrology, Meteorology and Climate

Personnel

RollCo-researcherNameMASAHITO UEYAMAAffiliationOsaka Prefecture UniversityCountryJapanEmailmiyabi-flux@muh.biglobe.ne.jp

Research/Observation Period

2018-04-01 〜 2019-03-31

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: PF tower site (fire) Latitude [degree]: 65.119722 Longitude [degree]: -147.428889 Altitude [m]: 497.0

Data Information

Data Registration
13:50 on Wed September 26, 2018
Last Update
13:52 on Wed September 26, 2018