|Dataset||Pre-LBA Amazonian Region Micrometeorological Experiment (ARME) Data|
|Time period||1983-09-01 to 1986-09-01|
|Count||Earliest Date||Latest Date||Data Usage|
|Downloads||110||2008-12-11||2017-12-01||291 total files downloaded|
The Amazonian Region Micrometeorological Experiment (ARME) data contain micrometeorological data (climate, interception of precipitation, mircometeorology and soil moisture) on the elements of the energy balance and evapotranspiration for the Amazonian forest. ASCII text data files for each of the four data types have been zipped toghether. One of the many scientific findings of this experiment was that tropical forest does not experience water stress due to the lack of precipitation, during periods when evapotranspiration is at the potential rate (Shuttleworth, 1988). ARME data types include climate (meteorological), interception of precipitation, micrometeorology, and soil moisture. These data are described in the Data Description section below.
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|Data File (Granule)||File Size||Dates|
|ARME_INTERCEPTION.zip||2.7KB||1983-09-01 to 1986-09-01|
|ARME_SOIL_MOISTURE.zip||2.2KB||1983-09-01 to 1986-09-01|
|ARME_MICROMETEOROLOGY.zip||24.5KB||1983-09-01 to 1986-09-01|
|ARME_CLIMATE.zip||238.0KB||1983-09-01 to 1986-09-01|
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