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, Streamflow
Standard Variables: Barometric pressure|Carbon dioxide|Carbon dioxide flux|Temperature, dew point|Respiration, ecosystem|Friction velocity|Primary productivity, gross|Latent heat flux|Precipitation|Radiation, incoming longwave|Radiation, incoming PAR|Radiation, incoming shortwave|Radiation, net|Radiation, outgoing longwave|Radiation, outgoing shortwave|Relative humidity|Sensible heat flux|Discharge|Vapor pressure deficit|Water flux|Water vapor concentration|Wind direction|Wind gust speed|Wind speed
Date Range: (1968-05-21 to 2015-09-30)
Dataset Creators/Authors: Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory; Catalina-Jemez Critical Zone Observatory; Luquillo Critical Zone Observatory; Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory; Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory; Christina River Basin Critical Zone Observatory
Contact: Matej Durcik, email@example.com
Field Area: Boulder Creek Watershed | Christina River Basin | Jemez River Basin | Santa Catalina Mountains | El Verde Field Station | Northeastern Puerto Rico and the Luquillo Mountains | Rio Blanco | Rio Mameyes | Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory | Providence Creek Headwater Catchments (1660 - 2115 m elevation) | Wolverton Basin (2230 - 2700 m elevation) | Other instrumented sites
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