Status: 

Ongoing

Title

Meteorological data from El Verde Field Station: NADP Tower
Summary

Short name: 

LUQMetadata127

Data set ID: 

127

Abstract: 

Meteorological sensors are located at the top of a 20 m tower, the NADP Tower, behind the main buildings of El Verde Field Station, 350 masl. No large trees are present near the tower. Sensors are connected to a Campbell 10X data logger, with a storage module, and downloaded every two weeks using a wireless radio connection from the laboratory to the tower. The data is compiled at the station and send to ITES once a month. The station was initiated in 1999. In a separate physical location, rainfall and maximum and minimum air temperatures are measured manually on a daily basis.

Dates
Date Range: 
2000-01-01 00:00:00 to 2017-01-17 00:00:00

Publication Date: 

2011-03-28 00:00:00
People

Owner/Creator: 

Contact: 

Additional Project roles: 

Name: Eda Melendez-Colom Role: Data Manager
Name: Douglas A. Schaefer Role: Associated Researcher
Name: Jill Thompson Role: Associated Researcher
Name: William Lawrence Role: Associated Researcher
Methodology

Methods: 

Sensors are connected to a Campbell 10X data logger, with a storage module, and downloaded every two weeks using a wireless radio connection from the laboratory to the tower.  The data is compiled at the station and send to ITES once a month. The station was initiated in 1999.  In a separate physical location, rainfall and maximum and minimum air temperatures are measured manually on a daily basis.

Additional information: 

The datalogger obtaining these data was upgraded at the tower in March 28, 2014, substituting datalogger CR10X with a CR1000 datalogger. (See enhancement information: https://www.campbellsci.com/news-cr1000-enhancements)

Status: 

Ongoing

Time Period: 

Long-Term