|Data set||SAFARI 2000 Meteorological Tower Measurements, Kruger National Park, 2000-2002|
|Project||Southern African Regional Science Initiative Project (SAFARI 2000)|
|Time period||2000-02-15 to 2002-12-31|
|Count||Earliest Date||Latest Date||Data Usage|
|Downloads||151||2007-12-04||2017-06-12||225 total files downloaded|
An eddy covariance system mounted on a tower near the Skukuza Camp in Kruger National Park, South Africa, has been operating continuously since early 2000. Meteorological measurements started in February 2000, and the first flux measurements were made in April 2000. The site is unique in that the micrometeorological instruments are positioned on a tower located between two distinct savanna types, a broad-leafed Combretum savanna and a fine-leafed Acacia savanna. Measurements on the main eddy covariance tower include net ecosystem exchange of CO2, water, and energy, and measurements of a range of meteorological variables with 30-minute averaging period.
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|Data File (Granule)||File Size||Dates|
|skukuza_met_tower.zip||995.5KB||2000-02-15 to 2002-12-31|
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