The Southern Old Jack Pine site contained a large scaffold-style flux tower, linked by cables to a thinner truss tower 100 meters away. There was an under-canopy radiation sensor mounted on a movable cart on a track running under the trees. There was also a large canopy access tower to allow scientists to get direct acess to the canopy for experiments. View an aerial photo-map of the SSA-OJP site.
Location of the SSA within Canada.
Location of the Old Jack Pine site within the SSA.
Map of the Southern Study Area Old Jack Pine site.
|SSA Old Jack Pine Flux Tower
also called SSA-OJP-FLXTR (click here for detailed info)
|Latitude: 53.91634||UTM Easting: 520227.7||BOREAS X: 413.52|
|Longitude: -104.69203||UTM Northing: 5974257.5||BOREAS Y: 343.226|
|Elevation (ASL): 579.27 m||UTM Zone: 13|
The road to the OJP site
The flux tower and the hut
The flux tower<
The truss tower connected to
the flux tower by cables
The canopy access tower
The SRC meteorology tower
The under-canopy flux station
The under-canopy radiation track
This is a 14 meter-long metal track in the forest
with a mobile radiometer out on an arm on a small
motorized cart (visible at the center of the picture)
that travels through the forest taking measurements
of PAR and net radiation.
The moss-covered jack pine tree
The ground cover at the OJP site
Study Region Overview
Southern Study Area (SSA)
SSA Old Jack Pine Site (SSA-OJP)
NSA Old Jack Pine Site (NSA-OJP)
Revison Date: January 25, 1999