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|Series||Technical report series on the Boreal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study (BOREAS) -- 49., NASA/TM -- 2000-209891, v. 49., NASA technical memorandum -- 209891.|
|Contributions||Goddard Space Flight Center.|
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BOREAS RSS-4 Southern Study Area Jack Pine LAI and FPAR Data Stephen Plummer Summary The RSS-4 team collected several data sets related to leaf, plant, and stand physical, optical, and chemical properties. This data set contains leaf area indices and FPAR measurements that were taken at the three conifer sites in the BOREAS SSA during August and at the jack pine tower flux and a. Get this from a library! BOREAS RSS-4 southern study area jack pine LAI and FPAR data t. [Stephen E Plummer; Goddard Space Flight Center.]. The BOREAS RSS-4 team focused its efforts on deriving estimates of LAI and leaf chlorophyll and nitrogen concentrations from remotely sensed data for input into the Forest BGC model. Related Data Sets BOREAS RSS Southern Study Area Jack Pine LAI and fPAR Data BOREAS TE Allometry Data BOREAS TE NPP for the Tower Flux, Carbon Evaluation, and Auxiliary sites BOREAS TE Canopy Architecture and Spectral Data from Hemispherical Photos 2. Investigator(s) Investigator(s) Name and Title Jing M. Chen, Ph.D.
The Boreal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study (BOREAS) Hydrology (HYD)-3 team collected several data sets related to the hydrology of forested areas. This data set contains solar radiation measurements from several pyranometers (solar radiometers) placed on the snow surface in jack pine () and black spruce and aspen forests () in the BOREAS southern study area Author: Janet P. Hardy, Forrest G. Hall, David E. Knapp, Robert E. Davis, David E. Smith. BOREAS RSS Southern Study Area Jack Pine LAI and FPAR Data BOREAS TE Soil and Air Temperatures in the NSA BOREAS TE Predawn Leaf Water Potentials and Foliage Moisture Contents. ORNL DAAC: Contains the soil and stem temperature measurements collected by RSS17 at various flux sites: (1) Southern Study Area (SSA) at the Old Black Spruce (OBS), Old Jack Pine (OJP), Old Aspen (OA), and Young Jack Pine (YJP); and (2) Northern Study Area Author: Reiner Zimmerman, Kyle C. McDonald, JoBea Way, Forrest G. Hall, Jaime Nickeson, David E. Smith. The goal of the Boreal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study (BOREAS) is to improve our understanding of the interactions between the boreal forest biome and the atmosphere in order to clarify their roles in global change. This overview paper describes the science background and motivations for BOREAS and the experimental design and operations of the BOREAS and BOREAS .
A Process-Based Boreal Ecosystem Productivity Simulator Using Remote Sensing Inputs J. Liu,' J. M. Chen, fi J. Cihlar, t and W M. Park f This paper describes a boreal ecosystems productivity simulator (BEPS) recently developed at the Canada Cen tre for Remote Sensing to assist in natural resources management and to estimate the carbon budget over Ca nadian Cited by: DAAC Home > Get Data > NASA Projects > Boreal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study (BOREAS) > Landing page BOREAS RSS POLDER C Measurements of Surface BRDF Spatial and Temporal Coverage. In this study, Kumari did not explain whether Zr4+ cations entered into the site-A or-B site. Rao et al.  investigated the effects of substitution of Ba2+ and Zr4+ in site-A and site-B from BNT, respectively. The results of the analysis of x-ray diffraction data showed that BNT has a rhombohedral structure with its lattice parameters, a. Data Set Introduction These Leaf Area Index (LAI) and Fraction of Photosynthetically Active Radiation (FPAR) images were generated in response to the need within the BOReal Ecosystem-Atmosphere Study (BOREAS) modeling community for adequate spatial and temporal coverage of LAI and FPAR estimates across the BOREAS region.