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BOREAS RSS-17 Dielectric Constant Profile Measurements

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Data setBOREAS RSS-17 Dielectric Constant Profile Measurements
DOI10.3334/ORNLDAAC/301
Release date1999-01-30
ProjectBoreal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study
Time Period1994-04-19

Description

Contains dielectric profile measurements taken by RSS-17 at NSA and SSA treed tower sites.

Documentation

Data set reference document

Citation

Way, J., K. McDonald, and R. Zimmermann. 1998. BOREAS RSS-17 Dielectric Constant Profile Measurements. ORNL DAAC, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA. http://dx.doi.org/10.3334/ORNLDAAC/301
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Project

Boreal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study: The Boreal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study was a large-scale international interdisciplinary experiment in the boreal forests of central Canada. Its focus was improving our understanding of the exchanges of radiative energy, sensible heat, water, CO2 and trace gases between the boreal forest and the lower atmosphere. A primary objective of BOREAS was to collect the data needed to improve computer simulation models of the important processes controlling these exchanges so that scientists can anticipate the effects of global change, principally altered temperature and precipitation patterns, on the biome.

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Boreal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study has 3 available companion files.
  • two_d_ref.txt
  • site_ref.txt
  • README

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  • RSS17_Dielectric_Prof.txt
  • rs17diel.def
  • RSS17_Dielectric_Prof.doc
  • RSS17_Dielectric_Prof.pdf

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Data File (Granule)File SizeDates
rss17_dielectric_profile.dat 25.8 KB 1994-04-19 - 1994-04-28

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