This site is located within the boundaries of Prince Albert Provincial Park, and is accessed by a long trail. It has a large scaffold flux tower (with a truss tower connected by cables), a small 4 meter under canopy flux tower (south of huts), two canopy access towers, a SRC meteorological tower, and a tethered balloon with a radiosonde. View an aerial photo-map of the SSA-OA site.
Location of the SSA within Canada.
Location of the Old Aspen site within the SSA.
Map of the Southern Study Area Old Aspen site.
|SSA Old Aspen Flux Tower
also called SSA-9OA-FLXTR (click here for detailed info)
|Latitude: 53.62889||UTM Easting: 420790.5||BOREAS X: 317.198|
|Longitude: -106.19779||UTM Northing: 5942899.9||BOREAS Y: 303.403|
|Elevation (ASL): 600.63 m||UTM Zone: 13|
The two huts and boardwalk
The scaffold flux tower
The base of the scaffold flux tower
The truss tower and cables
from the flux tower
One of the canopy access towers
The SRC meteorology tower
The tethersonde about to be launched
(tethered balloon and radiosonde)
Study Region Overview
Southern Study Area (SSA)
SSA Old Aspen Site (SSA-OA)
NSA Old Aspen Site (NSA-OA)
Revison Date: January 25, 1999