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Hybrid Poplar Flux Site (Eugene, OR)


Coordinates:  44.13685N, 123.18238W
111 masl

Meteorological instrumentation:
[m a.g.l.]
HMP45 Air temperature and relative humidity 21
DELTA-T BF5 Incoming and diffuse PAR
Hukseflux NR01 Net Radiometer SWin, SWout, LWin, LWout
Campbell CSAT3 3D wind and sonic temperature
LIcor LI 7500
CO2, Water vapor
Setra Model 278 Air pressure
ground level

The site was established in fall 2014 and is part of a eddy covariance flux tower network funded by DOE and USDA. The hybrid poplar plantation is located in the Willamette Valley in Oregon on a property that is managed by the cities of Eugene and Springfield, OR. The location is part of a waste water managing facility and the poplar trees are irrigated and fertilazed with pre-treated waste water. The plantation covers three different age classes and various hybrids of poplar developed for biofuel purposes. This site is also part of the PhenoCam network operated by Harvard University and the University of New Hampshire.

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