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Site: Mayberry (US-Myb)

Ameriflux Site Info

Last field site visit: more fieldnotes

2023-09-28 15:35:00 Regular data collection/cleaning, shadowband not working--needs more work, measured porewater conductivity, removed one sipper to move to GT, mosquitoes

Equipment installed at the site: more details
Campbell Sci. Multiplexer AM16/32B
Campbell Sci. Multiplexer AM25T
Campbell Sci. Data Logger CR1000
Campbell Sci. Data Logger CR10X
Campbell Sci. Water Level CS451
Campbell Sci. Conductivity Sensor CS547A
DFRobot Range Finder URM06
Fabricated Interface A547
Fabricated Battery Bank BB-Fab
Forerunner-Eosense CO2 Probe GP-001
Gill Anemometer WM 1590
Hukseflux Net Radiometer NR01
Kipp & Zonen Net Radiometer NR-LITE
Kipp & Zonen PAR Sensor PAR-LITE
Licor PAR Sensor LI-190/R
Licor Gas Analyzer LI-7500A
Licor Interface LI-7550
Licor Gas Analyzer LI-7700
PME DO Sensor miniDOT-usb
Raspberry Pi Camera RPI0W
Texas Electronics Precipitation TR-5251
Vaisala CO2 Transmitter GMB220
Vaisala RH & Temp HMP155

Data Streams:

MB_flux 30 minute averages of the 10Hz data recorded on the CR1000 for flux calculations.
MB_met Met data from the Mayberry Wetland began on 10/26/2010.
MB_tule Temperature, radiation and heat flux from tules and open water.
MB_pflux test
MB_pmet Water temperature and conductivity from the portable tower locations
MB_cam RGB digital number data extracted from autocam photos from four photos from 13:25 to 14:45
MB_minidot Data from miniDOT dissolved oxygen sensors. 1min readings combined and averaged in post processing.
MB_processed Processed data equivalent to L1, L2, L3 and Ameriflux outputs from the Matlab processing.
MB_processed3 Gap filling and partitioned data from Level 3 processing
MB_fd Soil CO2 flux from an Eosense Forced Diffusion Chamber, installed in channel on floating boom NW of tower

  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.