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  • Air temperature at core phenology sites and additional bird monitoring sites in the Andrews Experimental Forest, 2009-Present
  • Andrews Forest LTER Site
  • Hadley, Sarah J. K. Frey
  • 2017-07-14
  • The H.J Andrews phenology study air temperature network includes 16 core phenology sites, 40 core bird sites and 128 auxiliary bird sites. This study examines air temperatures at multiple sites within the Andrews Experimental Forest. Air temperatures were recorded 1.5 m above ground at 180 sites distributed on an 800-m incomplete grid throughout much of the Andrews Forest. Data were collected using automated sensors starting in June of 2009 at 56 sites and in June 2011 128 additional sensors were added. These data document the complex spatial and temporal patterns of air temperature variation within the Andrews Forest, which is governed by multiple processes including inversions, regional air mixing, cold air drainage and pooling, and the effects of vegetation on temperature extremes.
  • N: 44.28199677      S: 44.20198189      E: -122.11159208      W: -122.26077333
  • knb-lter-and.5370.3  
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  • doi:10.6073/pasta/cfa2cc3b84731aa670db85dfb5c51b25
  • https://pasta.lternet.edu/package/eml/knb-lter-and/5370/3
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