California Grassland Eddy Covariance: Jasper Ridge Eddy Flux

The station was established in 1998 and continuously measures fluxes of water vapor and carbon dioxide. It also monitors meteorological parameters including wind, temperature, net solar radiation, and barometric pressure. These data are recorded every second on site, and sent to the Carnegie hourly by radio frequency transmission. The station is powered by a photovoltaic system that charges 12-volt batteries, with a propane generator for back-up. more on JRBP project page »

Jasper Ridge Eddy Flux Measurements

  • ATI Sonic Anemometer
  • LICOR Gas Analyzer
  • MET Weather Station


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