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Site: Bouldin Corn (US-Bi2)

Ameriflux Site Info

Last field site visit: more fieldnotes

2022-01-02 16:25:00 Regular data collection/cleaning, drove back way from alfalfa, field is flooded, removed eosFD for testing after being submerged, power outage for about 1 day, confirmed padlock combo for red gate

Equipment installed at the site: more details
Apogee Narrow Band S2-411
Apogee Infrared Temperature SI-131
Arable Weather Station Mark II
Campbell Sci. Multiplexer AM16/32B
Campbell Sci. Multiplexer AM25T
Campbell Sci. Data Logger CR1000
Campbell Sci. Data Logger CR1000X
Campbell Sci. Data Logger CR10X
Campbell Sci. Water Level CS451
Campbell Sci. Soil Moisture Probe CS655
Campbell Sci. Interface NL115
Decagon-METER Narrow Band SRS-Ni NDVI
Decagon-METER Narrow Band SRS-Pi PRI
Delta-T Soil Moisture Probe ML3
Gill Anemometer WM 1590
Hukseflux Heat Flux Plate HFP01
Kipp & Zonen Net Radiometer CNR1
Kipp & Zonen PAR Sensor PQS 1
Licor Gas Analyzer LI-7500A
Licor Interface LI-7550
Licor Gas Analyzer LI-7700
PurpleAir Air Quality Sensor PA-II-SD
Raspberry Pi Camera RPI0W
StarDot Camera SD130BN
Texas Electronics Precipitation TE525MM
Vaisala RH & Temp HMP60

Data Streams:

BC_flux 30min averages of high frequency flux data from Licor GHG files
BC_met Micromet data from the Bouldin Corn site recorded by a CR1000 as 30min averages of 10sec samples.
BC_pa Data from a PurpleAir air quality sensor.
BC_arable Data from an Arable Mark weather station. Raw data is recorded at 5min intervals and some calculated values like ppt are produced at hourly intervals.
BC_processed Data loaded from the Level 1 processed data including fluxes and turbulence data
BC_processed3 Gap filled and partitioned data from Level 3 processing files
BC_fda Soil CO2 flux from an Eosense Forced Diffusion Chamber
BC_fdb Soil CO2 flux from an Eosense Forced Diffusion Chamber
BC_fdc Soil CO2 flux from an Eosense Forced Diffusion Chamber
BC_irtsr Surface temperature from two Apogee IRT sensors one pointing north and the other south at a 45 deg declination. These are recorded at both 2Hz and 30min averages for surface renewal by Kevin Tu.

  This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation and US Department of Energy. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the supporters.