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					Common Site Parameters for All Sites
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Generated:4/20/2011 12:20:03 AM
Data as of 03/01/2011; Processed 03/01/2011
Site ID    Name                     Country     Latitude       Longitude      Elevation


AR-Lac     La Ciguena – Santa Fe    Argentina   -29.26399994   -61.02799988   62.92



AT-Lan     Langenfeld               Austria     47.06380081    10.96450043    1180
AT-Leu     Leutasch                 Austria     47.37889862    11.16559982    1115
AT-Neu     Neustift/Stubai Valley   Austria     47.1166687     11.31750011    970
AT-Sch     Schlitters               Austria     47.3669014     11.85420036    530
AU-Cas     Burdekin Delta           Australia   -19.56669998   147.3999939    15
AU-Ctr     Cape Tribulation         Australia   -16.10309982   145.4470062    80
AU-Da1     Daly River Cleared       Australia   -14.13430023   131.3849945     TBD
AU-Da2     Daly River Savanna       Australia   -14.15929985   131.3880005     TBD
AU-Fac     Falls Creek              Australia   -36.8669014    147.345993      TBD
AU-Fog     Fogg Dam                 Australia   -12.54249954   131.3070068     TBD
AU-How     Howard Springs           Australia   -12.49429989   131.1519928     TBD




AU-Jan     Janina                   Australia   -30.07670021   144.1360016    150
AU-Meb     Melbourne (Preston)      Australia   -37.73059845   145.0149994    60
AU-Otw     Otway                    Australia   -38.53229904   142.8170013     TBD

AU-Tum     Tumbarumba               Australia   -35.65570068   148.1519928    1200
AU-Vir     Virginia Park            Australia   -19.88330078   146.5540009    200
AU-Wac     Wallaby Creek            Australia   -37.42900085   145.1869965    545
BE-Bra   Brasschaat (De Inslag Forest) Belgium     51.30920029    4.520559788    16


BE-Jal   Jalhay                         Belgium    50.56389999    6.073329926    470-530
BE-Lon   Lonzee                         Belgium    50.55220032    4.744939804    167
BE-Vie   Vielsalm                       Belgium    50.30550003    5.996829987    450
BR-Afs   Atlantic Forest Sao Paulo      Brazil     -23.32850075   -45.0931015     TBD
BR-Ban   Ecotone Bananal Island         Brazil     -9.824419975   -50.15909958    TBD
BR-Bra   Braganca (Para)                Brazil     -0.723710001   -48.5080986    25
BR-Cax   Caxiuana Forest-Almeirim       Brazil     -1.719720006   -51.45899963    TBD
BR-Euc   Eucaliptus Sao Paulo           Brazil     -21.58349991   -47.60229874    TBD
BR-Ji1   Rond.- Faz. Nossa Senhora-i    Brazil     -10.76179981   -62.35720062   306
         Parana-pasture
BR-Ji2   Rond.- Rebio Jaru Ji Parana-   Brazil     -10.08320045   -61.93090057   120
         Tower A
BR-Ji3   Rond.- Rebio Jaru Ji Parana-   Brazil     -10.0781002    -61.93310165   191
         Tower B
BR-Ma1   Manaus - ZF2 C14               Brazil     -2.58920002    -60.11489868   120
BR-Ma2   Manaus - ZF2 K34               Brazil     -2.609100103   -60.20930099   120
BR-Mtg   Sinop- Mato Grosso             Brazil     -11.41230011   -55.3246994     TBD
BR-Pan   Pandeiros                      Brazil     -14.84829998   -43.98799896    TBD
BR-Res   Brasilia-Reserva Ecol. Aguas   Brazil     -15.55000019   -47.59999847    TBD
         Emendadas
BR-Sa1   Santarem-Km67-Primary          Brazil     -2.856669903   -54.95890045   TBD
         Forest

BR-Sa2   Santarem-Km77-Pasture          Brazil     -3.011899948   -54.53649902   TBD
BR-Sa3   Santarem-Km83-Logged           Brazil     -3.018029928   -54.97140121   TBD
         Forest
BR-Sga   Sao Gabriel da Cachoeira       Brazil     0.212329999    -66.76470184   100
BR-Sp1   Sao Paulo Cerrado              Brazil     -21.61949921   -47.64989853   690
BR-Sp2   Sao Paulo Sugar Cane           Brazil     -21.63710022   -47.79029846   520
BR-Su1   Brasilia - Campo Sujo Bienal   Brazil     -15.94999981   -47.86669922   1048 - 1160
         Tardia
BR-Su2   Brasilia - Campo Sujo          Brazil     -15.94999981   -47.86669922   1048 - 1160
         Quadrienal
BW-Ghg   Ghanzi Grass Site              Botswana   -21.51000023   21.73999977     TBD
BW-Ghm   Ghanzi Mixed Site              Botswana   -21.20000076   21.75           TBD
BW-Ghz   Ghanzi/Okwa River Crossing     Botswana   -22.40920067   21.71310043    1131

BW-Ma1   Maun- Mopane Woodland          Botswana   -19.91550064   23.56049919    950
BW-Ma2   Maun- Floodplain               Botswana   -19.60759926   23.28689957     TBD
BW-Mkt   Maun - Kalahari Transect       Botswana   -19.92300034   23.59399986    900
BW-Pan   Pandamatenga                   Botswana   -18.65530014   25.50029945     TBD
BW-Tsh   Tshane                         Botswana   -24.16419983   21.89279938    1118
CA-Ca1   British Columbia- Campbell     Canada     49.86719894    -125.3339996   300
         River - Mature Forest Site
CA-Ca2   British Columbia- Campbell      Canada   49.87049866   -125.2910004   300
         River - Clearcut Site




CA-Ca3   British Columbia- Campbell      Canada   49.5345993    -124.9000015   TBD
         River - Young Plantation Site




CA-Cbo   Ontario- Camp Borden            Canada   44.31669998   -79.9332962    120
CA-Cha   Charlie Lake 1                  Canada   45.88470078   -67.35690308   341
CA-Fen   Sask.- SSA Fen                  Canada   53.80210114   -104.6179962    TBD
CA-Gro   Ontario- Groundhog River-       Canada   48.21670151   -82.1556015     TBD
         Mat. Boreal Mixed Wood




CA-Let   Lethbridge                      Canada   49.70930099   -112.9400024   960




CA-Man   BOREAS NSA - Old Black          Canada   55.87960052   -98.48079681   259
         Spruce



CA-Mer   Eastern Peatland- Mer Bleue     Canada   45.40940094   -75.51860046   70
CA-Na1   New Brunswick- Nashwaak       Canada   46.47219849   -67.09999847   341
         Lake 1
CA-Na2   New Brunswick- Nashwaak       Canada   46.47579956   -67.07689667   TBD
         Lake 2
CA-NS1   UCI-1850 burn site            Canada   55.87919998   -98.48390198   260
CA-NS2   UCI-1930 burn site            Canada   55.90579987   -98.52469635   260
CA-NS3   UCI-1964 burn site            Canada   55.9117012    -98.38220215   260
CA-NS4   UCI-1964 burn site wet        Canada   55.9117012    -98.38220215   260
CA-NS5   UCI-1981 burn site            Canada   55.86309814   -98.48500061   260
CA-NS6   UCI-1989 burn site            Canada   55.91669846   -98.96440125    TBD
CA-NS7   UCI-1998 burn site            Canada   56.63579941   -99.94830322    TBD
CA-NS8   UCI-2003 burn site            Canada   55.89810181   -98.2161026     TBD
CA-Oas   Sask.- SSA Old Aspen          Canada   53.62889862   -106.197998    530


CA-Obs   Sask.- SSA Old Black Spruce   Canada   53.98720169   -105.1179962   628.94




CA-Ojp   Sask.- SSA Old Jack Pine      Canada   53.91630173   -104.6920013   579


CA-Qcu   Quebec Boreal Cutover Site    Canada   49.26710129   -74.03649902   392.3




CA-Qfo   Quebec Mature Boreal Forest Canada     49.69250107   -74.34210205   382
         Site
CA-SF1   Sask.- Fire 1977            Canada     54.48500061   -105.8180008   536
CA-SF2   Sask.- Fire 1989              Canada   54.25389862   -105.8779984   520




CA-SF3   Sask.- Fire 1998              Canada   54.09159851   -106.0049973   540




CA-SJ1   Sask.- 1994 Harv. Jack Pine   Canada   53.90800095   -104.6559982   580

CA-SJ2   Sask.- 2002 Harvested Jack    Canada   53.94499969   -104.6490021   580
         Pine
CA-SJ3   Sask.- SSA 1975 Harv. Yng     Canada   53.87580109   -104.6449966   TBD
         Jack Pine
CA-TP1   Ontario- Turkey Point         Canada   42.66090012   -80.55950165   265
         Seedling White Pine




CA-TP2   Ontario- Turkey Point Young   Canada   42.7743988    -80.45880127   212
         White Pine




CA-TP3   Ontario- Turkey Point Middle- Canada   42.70679855   -80.34829712   184
         aged White Pine
CA-TP4   Ontario- Turkey Point Mature Canada         42.70980072    -80.35739899   184
         White Pine




CA-WP1   Western Peatland- LaBiche-    Canada        54.9538002     -112.4670029   540
         Black Spruce/Larch Fen




CA-WP2   Poor Fen                      Canada        55.53749847    -112.3339996   TBD

CA-WP3   Rich Fen                      Canada        54.47000122    -113.3199997   TBD

CG-Hin   Eucalyptus of Congo-Hinda     Republic of   TBD            TBD            TBD
                                       Congo
CG-Kis   Eucalyptus of Congo-Kissoko   Republic of   TBD            TBD            TBD
                                       Congo
CG-Tch   Tchizalamou                   Republic of   -4.289169788   11.65639973    TBD
                                       Congo
CH-Cha   Chamau grassland              Switzerland   47.20830154    8.408329964     TBD
CH-Dav   Davos- Seehorn forest         Switzerland   46.81639862    9.856940269     TBD
CH-Fru   Fruebuel grassland            Switzerland   47.11669922    8.533329964     TBD
CH-Lae   Laegeren                      Switzerland   47.47809982    8.364999771    689
CH-Oe1   Oensingen1 grass              Switzerland   47.28559875    7.732140064    450
CH-Oe2   Oensingen2 crop               Switzerland   47.28630066    7.734330177    452
CH-Seb   Seebodenalp                   Switzerland   47.06669998    8.466670036    1025
CN-Anh   Anhui Huaining                China         33             117             TBD
CN-Bed   Beijing Daxing                China         39.5306015     116.2519989    30
CN-Cha   Changbaishan                  China         42.40250015    128.095993     761
CN-Dan   Dangxiong                     China         30.85000038    91.08329773    4250
CN-Din   Dinghushan                    China         23.16670036    112.5329971    300
CN-Do1   Dongtan 1                     China         31.51670074    121.9609985    2-5
CN-Do2   Dongtan 2                     China         31.58469963    121.9029999    2-5
CN-Do3   Dongtan 3                     China         31.51689911    121.9720001    2-5
CN-Du1   Duolun_cropland               China         42.04560089    116.6709976    1350
CN-Du2   Duolun_grassland              China         42.04669952    116.2839966    1350
CN-Dwu   Dongwu_grassland              China         45.56010056    117            865
CN-Hab   Haibei Meadow                 China         37.59999847    101.3000031    3215.94-3360
CN-HaM   Haibei Alpine Tibet site      China         37.36999893    101.1800003    3250
CN-Hny   Hunan Yueyang                 China         29.30999947    112.5100021     TBD
CN-Hug   Hulunber Grassland              China            49.32690048   120.0500031    TBD

CN-Ku1   Kubuqi_populus forest           China            40.53829956   108.6940002    1020
CN-Ku2   Kubuqi_shrubland                China            40.38079834   108.5490036    1160
CN-Qia   Qianyanzhou                     China            26.73329926   115.0670013    100




CN-Xfs   Xilinhot Inner Mongolia         China            44.13416672   116.3286133    TBD
         fenced typical steppe
CN-Xi1   Xilinhot fenced steppe (X06)    China            43.54583359   116.6777802    1250

CN-Xi2   Xilinhot grassland site (X03)   China            43.5544014    116.6709976    1250

CN-Xsh   Xishuangbanna                   China            21.95000076   101.1999969    756




CN-Yuc   Yucheng                         China            36.95000076   116.5999985    28
CN-Zha   Zhangye Oasis                   China            39            100            1500
CR-Lin   Los Inocentes                   Costa Rica       11.01669979   -85.5          300-400
CR-Lse   La Selva                        Costa Rica       10.42329979   -84.02110291   100
CR-Sro   Santa Rosa National Park        Costa Rica       10.81470013   -85.61499786   300
CZ-BK1   Bily Kriz- Beskidy Mountains    Czech Republic   49.50260162   18.53840065    908

CZ-BK2   Bily Kriz- grassland            Czech Republic 49.49530029     18.54470062    855
CZ-wet   CZECHWET                     Czech Republic 49.02500153   14.77200031    420




DE-Bay   Bayreuth-                    Germany       50.14189911    11.86690044    775
         Waldstein/WeidenBrunnen
DE-Ber   Berchtesgaden                Germany       47.61669922    12.58329964    1450
DE-Geb   Gebesee                      Germany       51.10010147    10.91429996    161.5




DE-Gri   Grillenburg- grass station   Germany       50.94950104    13.51249981    385
DE-Hai   Hainich                      Germany       51.07929993    10.45199966    430
DE-Har   Hartheim                     Germany       47.93439865    7.600999832    201
DE-Kan   Kannenbruch Forest           Germany       53.78329849    10.60000038     TBD
DE-Kli   Klingenberg - cropland       Germany       50.89289856    13.52250004    480


DE-Lei   Leinefelde                   Germany       51.32830048    10.36789989    440
DE-Meh   Mehrstedt 1                  Germany       51.27529907    10.65550041    286
DE-Obe   Oberbarenburg                Germany       50.7867012     13.72220039     TBD
DE-Sch   Schonau                      Germany       47.59999847    12.9666996      TBD
DE-Sol   Solling FL                   Germany       51.76670074    9.583330154    500
DE-Tha   Anchor Station Tharandt -    Germany       50.96360016    13.56690025    380
         old spruce
DE-Wet   Wetzstein                    Germany       50.45349884    11.45750046    785
DK-Eng   Enghave                      Denmark        TBD            TBD           10
DK-Fou   Foulum                       Denmark       56.48419952    9.587220192    51
DK-Lva   Lille Valby (Rimi)           Denmark       55.68330002    12.08329964    15
DK-Ri2   Risbyholm 2                  Denmark       55.53329849    12.08829975     TBD
DK-Ris   Risbyholm                    Denmark       55.53030014    12.09720039    10
DK-Sor   Soroe- LilleBogeskov         Denmark       55.48690033    11.64579964    40
DK-Sto   Store Ebberup                Denmark       55.48329926    11.63329983    39
DK-Ulb   Ulborg                       Denmark       56.28329849    8.433329582     TBD
ES-Agu   Aguamarga                    Spain         36.94060135    -2.032919884    TBD
ES-Amo   Amoladeras                   Spain         36.83480072    -2.251140118    TBD
ES-ES1   El Saler                     Spain         39.34600067    -0.318809986   10
ES-ES2   El Saler-Sueca               Spain         39.27550125    -0.315219998   10
ES-LJu   Llano de los Juanes          Spain         36.92819977    -2.750469923   1600
ES-LMa   Las Majadas del Tietar        Spain     39.94150162   -5.773359776   260
ES-Tol   Toledo                        Spain     39.86000061   -4.030059814   500
ES-Vad   Valladolid                    Spain     41.81489944   -4.932469845    TBD
ES-VDA   Vall d'Alinya                 Spain     42.15219879   1.448500037    1770
ES-Zam   Zambrana                      Spain     42.93249893   -2.853060007   515
FI-Alk   Alkkia Scots pine forest      Finland   62.1833992    22.78350067     TBD
FI-Hyy   Hyytiala                      Finland   61.84740067   24.2947998     181



FI-Jok   Jokionen agricultural field   Finland   60.89929962   23.5156002     104
FI-Kaa   Kaamanen wetland              Finland   69.14070129   27.29500008    155

FI-Kot   Kotovaara                     Finland   67.75         29.61669922    380
FI-Mat   Kenttarova (Matorova)         Finland   67.98719788   24.24309921     TBD
         spruce forest
FI-Nuo   Nuorttitunturi                Finland   67.80000305   29.66670036     TBD
FI-Sii   Siikaneva fen                 Finland   61.83300018   24.19300079     TBD
FI-Sod   Sodankyla                     Finland   67.36190033   26.63780022    180




FI-Var   Varrio                        Finland   67.76670074   29.58329964     TBD
FR-Aur   Aurade                        France    43.54940033   1.10777998      TBD
FR-Avi   Avignon                       France    43.91640091   4.879169941    32
FR-Bil   Bilos (after 6/20/2004)       France    44.4939003    -0.955940008   38
FR-Cou   Couhins                       France    44.75559998   -0.555559993   20
FR-Fon   Fontainebleau                 France    48.47629929   2.780149937    90



FR-Gri   Grignon (after 6/5/2005)      France    48.84400177   1.95243001     125
FR-Hes   Hesse Forest- Sarrebourg      France    48.67419815   7.064620018    300
FR-Lam   Lamasquere                    France    43.49330139   1.237220049     TBD
FR-LBr   Le Bray (after 6/28/1998)     France    44.71709824   -0.769299984   61
FR-Lq1   Laqueuille             France        45.64410019    2.737030029    1040




FR-Lq2   Laqueuille extensive   France        45.6391983     2.737030029    1040
FR-Lus   Lusignan               France        46.43330002    -0.466670007    TBD
FR-Pue   Puechabon              France        43.74140167    3.595829964    270



GF-Guy   Guyaflux               French Guyana 5.277699947    -52.92879868   35

GR-Mog   Mogostos Forest        Greece        38             22.61669922    840
HU-Bug   Bugacpuszta            Hungary       46.69110107    19.60129929    140
HU-He1   Hegyhatsal             Hungary       46.95569229    16.65173531    248
HU-He2   Hegyhatsal Tower 2     Hungary       46.95500946    16.6525631      TBD
HU-Mat   Matra                  Hungary       47.84690094    19.72599983    350
ID-Buk   Bukit Soeharto- East   Indonesia     -0.833329976   117.0500031    20
         Kalimantan
ID-Pag   Palangkaraya           Indonesia     2.345000029    114.0360031    30
IE-Ca1   Carlow1                     Ireland   52.85879898   -6.918139935   50




IE-Ca2   Carlow2                     Ireland   55.85879898   -6.918139935   58.832
IE-CLa   Co.Laois                    Ireland   52.95000076   -7.25           TBD
IE-Dri   Dripsey                     Ireland   51.98669815   -8.751810074   187
IE-Kil   Killorglin                  Ireland   51.96839905   -9.900309563   150
IE-Wex   Wexford                     Ireland   52.2981987    -6.499780178   70
IL-Yat   Yatir                       Israel    31.34499931   35.05149841    650
IS-Gun   Gunnarsholt                 Iceland   63.83330154   -20.2166996    78
IT-Amp   Amplero                     Italy     41.90409851   13.60519981    884.231
IT-BCi   Borgo Cioffi                Italy     40.5237999    14.95740032    20
IT-Be1   Beano 1                     Italy     46.00360107   13.02750015     TBD


IT-Be2   Beano 2                     Italy     46.00310135   13.02569962    TBD



IT-Bon   Bonis                       Italy     39.47779846   16.53470039    1170
IT-Cas   Castellaro                  Italy     45.06284714   8.668539047     TBD




IT-Col   Collelongo- Selva Piana     Italy     41.84939957   13.58810043    1550
IT-Cpz   Castelporziano              Italy     41.7052002    12.37609959    68.253
IT-Lav   Lavarone (after 3/2002)     Italy     45.95529938   11.28120041    1353
IT-Lec   Lecceto                     Italy     43.30459976   11.27060032    314
IT-LMa   La Mandria                  Italy     45.58129883   7.154630184    350
IT-Mal   Malga Arpaco                Italy     46.11669922   11.7027998     1730
IT-MBo   Monte Bondone               Italy     46.0155983    11.04669952    1550
IT-Neg   Negrisia - Ponte di Piave   Italy     45.74760056   12.4467001     9
IT-Noe   Sardinia/Arca di Noè        Italy     40.60599899   8.151000023    28




IT-Non   Nonantola                   Italy     44.68980026   11.08870029    25
IT-Pia   Island of Pianosa            Italy        42.58390045   10.07839966   18
IT-PT1   Zerbolo-Parco Ticino-        Italy        45.20090103   9.061039925   60
         Canarazzo
IT-Ren   Renon/Ritten (Bolzano)       Italy        46.58779907   11.43470001   1730
IT-Ro1   Roccarespampani 1            Italy        42.40810013   11.93000031   234.771
IT-Ro2   Roccarespampani 2            Italy        42.39030075   11.92090034   223.903
IT-Ro3   Roccarespampani 3            Italy         TBD           TBD           TBD



IT-Ro4   Roccarespampani 4            Italy        TBD           TBD           TBD



IT-SRo   San Rossore                  Italy        43.7278595    10.28444004   4
IT-Tol   Tolfa                        Italy        42.18970108   11.92210007   473.615
IT-Vda   Valle dell'Adige             Italy        46.19686127   11.11338997    TBD
IT-Vig   Vigevano                     Italy        45.31666565   8.850000381    TBD
JP-Aka   Akanuma- Kushiro Mire        Japan        43.11669922   144.3670044    TBD
JP-App   Appi Forest Meteorology      Japan        40            141.5670013   825
JP-Fuj   Fujiyoshida Forest Met.      Japan        35.45140076   138.7649994   1030
         Research Site
JP-Hac   Hachihama Observatory        Japan        34.53329849   133.9329987   1.0
         (Ohtaki)
JP-Hit   Sapporo Forest Meteorology   Japan        42.98680115   141.3849945   180
         Research Site
JP-Hok   IGBP Tower Site- Hokkaido    Japan        42.59999847   141.6000061   TBD

JP-Kah   Kahoku experimental          Japan        33.13370132   130.7120056   165
         watershed
JP-Ksa   Lotus field on Lake          Japan        36.06669998   140.25        TBD
         Kasumigaura
JP-Kwa   Kawagoe Forest Met.          Japan        35.86930084   139.4902954   26
         Research Site
JP-Mas   Mase paddy flux site,        Japan        36.05397034   140.0269165   12
         Tsukuba, Japan (MSE)
JP-Onn   Onnenai- Kushiro Mire        Japan        43.11669922   144.3329926    TBD
JP-Shi   Shionomisaki Laboratory      Japan        33.44279861   135.7590027   50
JP-Tak   Takayama                     Japan        36.14619827   137.4230042   1420
JP-Tef   Teshio Experimental Forest   Japan        45.05633926   142.1062012   70

JP-Tom   Tomakomai National Forest    Japan        42.73949814   141.5148926   140

JP-Yaw   Rice- Yawara-Ibaraki         Japan        36            140.0169983   TBD
         Prefecture
KR-Har   Hari Rural Rice Paddy        Korea        37.06669998   126.0329971    TBD
KR-Hnm   Haenam                       Korea        34.54999924   126.5699997    TBD
KR-Kw1   Gwangneung Coniferous        Korea        37.74860001   127.163002    330
         Forest
KR-Kw2   Kwangnung Deciduous Forest   Korea        37.73329926   127.1500015   TBD

KR-Suw   Suwon Suburban Rice Paddy    Korea        37.26950073   126.9400024   TBD

KZ-AL1   Shortandy AL1                Kazakhstan   51.5135994    71.46279907   363
KZ-AL2   Shortandy AL2                Kazakhstan   51.48360062   71.10469818   418
KZ-AL3   Shortandy AL3                Kazakhstan   51.58720016   71.00080109   395
KZ-AL4   Shortandy AL4                Kazakhstan    51.68149948   71.14369965    385
KZ-CW1   Shortandy CW1                Kazakhstan    51.52750015   71.48280334    365
KZ-CW2   Shortandy CW2                Kazakhstan    51.48080063   71.11399841    405
KZ-CW3   Shortandy CW3                Kazakhstan    51.58890152   71.00029755    378
KZ-CW4   Shortandy CW4                Kazakhstan    51.68280029   71.14769745    385
KZ-VL1   Shortandy VL1                Kazakhstan    51.50999832   71.45580292    362
KZ-VL2   Shortandy VL2                Kazakhstan    51.47750092   71.10359955    402
KZ-VL3   Shortandy VL3                Kazakhstan    51.62329865   70.9693985     378
KZ-VL4   Shortandy VL4                Kazakhstan    51.67559814   71.15440369    385
KZ-VL5   Shortandy VLBR               Kazakhstan    51.57580185   71.26809692    428
KZ-Wht   Shortandy Wht                Kazakhstan    51.57360077   71.25969696    425
MN-Arv   Arvaikheer                   Mongolia      46.23379898   102.8249969     TBD
MN-Inn   Inner Mongolia               Mongolia      43.5          117.4499969    950-1500
MN-Mag   MAGIM                        China         43.55469894   116.6780014    1258


MX-Cha   Chamela Biological Station   Mexico        19.50930023   -105.0400009   130
MX-Lpa   La Paz                       Mexico        24.12919998   -110.4380035    TBD
NL-Ca1   Cabauw                       Netherlands   51.97100067   4.927000046    0.7
NL-Haa   Haastrecht                   Netherlands   52.00310135   4.805500031     TBD
NL-Hor   Horstermeer                  Netherlands   52.02890015   5.067500114    -2.2
NL-Lan   Langerak                     Netherlands   51.95360184   4.902900219     TBD
NL-Lel   Lelystad                     Netherlands   52.5          5.5            0
NL-Loo   Loobos                       Netherlands   52.16790009   5.743959904    25
NL-Lut   Lutjewad                     Netherlands   53.39889908   6.355999947     TBD
NL-Mol   Molenweg                     Netherlands   51.65000153   4.638999939     TBD
NL-Re1   Reeuwijk 1                   Netherlands   51.90000153   4.5             TBD
NL-Re2   Reeuwijk 2                   Netherlands   51.90000153   4.5             TBD
NL-Vre   Vredepeel                    Netherlands   51.5320015    5.843999863     TBD
PA-Sa1   Sardinilla Pasture           Panama        9.307749748   -79.63030243   74




PA-Sa2   Sardinilla Plantation        Panama        9.316729546   -79.63490295   74




PL-Bre   Brenna                       Poland        40.66669846   18.93330002    660
PL-Pol   Polana                       Poland        48.63330078   19.5333004      TBD
PL-wet   Polwet                       Poland        52.7621994    16.30940056    54.1
PT-Esp   Espirra                      Portugal      38.63940048   -8.601799965   95
PT-Mi1   Mitra (Evora)                Portugal      38.54069901   -8.00039959    250
PT-Mi2   Mitra IV Tojal               Portugal      38.47650146   -8.024550438   190
PT-Mi3   Mitra II (Evora)             Portugal      38.54059982   -8.000060081   264.2
RU-Che   Cherskii                     Russia        68.61470032   161.3390045     TBD
RU-Cok   Chokurdakh                   Russia        70.61669922   147.8829956     TBD
RU-Cuk   Chukotka                     Russia        65.59480286   171.0529938     TBD
RU-Fy2   Fyodorovskoye dry spruce     Russia        56.44779968   32.90190125    265
RU-Fyo   Fyodorovskoye wet spruce       Russia   56.46166992   32.92388916   265
         stand


RU-Ha1   Ubs Nur- Hakasija-grassland    Russia   54.72529984   90.00219727   TBD
RU-Ha2   Ubs Nur- Hakasija-recovering   Russia   54.77310181   89.95670319   TBD
         grassland
RU-Ha3   Ubs Nur-Hakasija- Site 3       Russia   54.7045517    89.07785034   TBD
RU-Sam   Samoylov Island- Lena Delta    Russia   72.37329865   126.4980011   TBD


RU-Tuv   Tuva                           Russia   50.15000153   94.44999695    TBD
RU-Ylr   Yakutsk-Larch                  Russia   62.25500107   129.6190033   220
RU-Ypn   Yakutsk-Pine                   Russia   62.24140167   129.651001    220
RU-Zbe   Zotino Betula forest east      Russia    TBD           TBD           TBD
RU-Zbo   Zotino bog                     Russia   60.75         89.38330078    TBD
RU-Zfw   Zotino forest West             Russia   60.75         89.38330078    TBD
RU-Zme   Zotino mixed forest east       Russia    TBD           TBD           TBD
RU-Zot   Zotino                         Russia   60.80080032   89.35079956   90
RU-Zse   Zotino spruce forest east      Russia    TBD           TBD           TBD
SD-Dem   Demokeya                       Sudan    13.28289986   30.47830009   500
SE-Abi   Abisko                         Sweden   68.36238861   18.79475021    TBD
SE-As2   Asa Nybygget                   Sweden   57.1495018    14.73869991    TBD
SE-Asa   Asa                            Sweden   57.16669846   14.80000019    TBD
SE-Deg   Degero                         Sweden   64.1832962    19.54999924   270




SE-Faj   Fajemyr (NECC)                 Sweden   56.26549911   13.55350018   140
SE-Fla   Flakaliden                     Sweden   64.1128006    19.45689964   226




SE-Kno   Knottasen                      Sweden   60.98329926   16.2166996    TBD
SE-Nor   Norunda                        Sweden         60.08649826    17.47950363    43




SE-Sk1   Skyttorp1 young                Sweden         60.125         17.91810036    42
SE-Sk2   Skyttorp                       Sweden         60.12966919    17.84005928    55
SE-St1   Stordalen Forest- Mountain     Sweden         68.36669922    19.04969406    367
         Birch
SE-St2   Stordalen Grassland (Mire)     Sweden          68.36669922   19.04999924    360
SK-Pol   Polana 2                       Slovak Republic 48.63330078   19.4666996     1250

SK-Tat   Tatra                          Slovak Republic 49.12080002   20.16349983    1050

TH-Mae   Maeklong- Kanchanabri          Thailand       14.57499981    98.85829926    231
TH-Mix   Mixed Vegetation Site          Thailand       16.93989944    99.42990112     TBD
TH-Sak   Sakaerat- Nakonrachasima       Thailand       14.49330044    101.9219971    543
TW-Chn   Chilan (TWCL)                  Taiwan         24.59090042    121.4990005    1650
TW-Hui   Huisun Forest Station (TWHS)   Taiwan         24.04249954    121.072998     2000

TW-Nch   NCHU (TWNCHU)                  Taiwan         24.12059975    120.6780014    83.781
TW-Tar   TARI (TWTARI)                  Taiwan         24.03120041    120.6880035    55

UK-AMo   Auchencorth Moss- Scotland     UK             55.79169846    -3.238889933   270


UK-Cas   Cairngorms- Scotland           UK             57.23329926    -3.5           390
UK-Cir   Cirencester                    UK             52.70000076    -1.983330011    TBD
UK-EBu   Easter Bush- Scotland          UK             55.86600113    -3.205780029   190




UK-ESa   East Saltoun                   UK             55.90694046    -2.858609915   97
UK-Gri   Griffin- Aberfeldy-Scotland    UK             56.6072197     -3.79805994    340
UK-Ham   Hampshire                      UK             51.15353394    -0.858299971   80
UK-Har   Harwood                        UK             55.21640015    -2.024310112   200
UK-Her   Hertfordshire                  UK             51.78379822    -0.47608       140
UK-MoH   Moor House                     UK             54.69630051    -2.396379948   585
UK-PL1   Pang/ Lambourne (crop)         UK             51.53329849    -1.483330011    TBD
UK-PL2   Pang/ Lambourne (grassland)    UK             51.43330002    -1.233330011    TBD

UK-PL3   Pang/ Lambourne (forest)       UK             51.45000076    -1.266669989   115
UK-Pol   Polden- Scotland               UK             55.28680038    -3.401499987   196
UK-Tad   Tadham Moor                    UK             51.20709991    -2.828639984   3
US-Age   ME - Argyle                    USA            45.03440094    -68.68199921    TBD
US-ARb   OK - ARM Southern Great       USA   35.54970169   -98.04019928   424
         Plains burn site- Lamont
US-ARc   OK - ARM Southern Great       USA   35.54648972   -98.04000092   424
         Plains control site- Lamont
US-ARM   OK - ARM Southern Great       USA   36.60580063   -97.48880005   314
         Plains site- Lamont
US-Atq   AK - Atqasuk                  USA   70.46959686   -157.4089966   15
US-Aud   AZ - Audubon Research         USA   31.59070015   -110.5100021   1469
         Ranch
US-Bar   NH - Bartlett Experimental    USA   44.0646019    -71.28807831   272
         Forest




US-Bef   VA - Blandy Experimental      USA   39.05960083   -78.07240295   TBD
         Farm
US-Bkg   SD - Brookings                USA   44.34529877   -96.8361969    510
US-Blk   SD - Black Hills              USA   44.15800095   -103.6500015    TBD
US-Blo   CA - Blodgett Forest          USA   38.89519882   -120.6327515   1315




US-Bn1   AK - Bonanza Creek, 1920      USA   63.9197998    -145.378006    518
         Burn site near Delta Junction
US-Bn2   AK - Bonanza Creek, 1987      USA    63.9197998    -145.378006    410
         Burn site near Delta Junction




US-Bn3   AK - Bonanza Creek, 1999      USA    63.92269897   -145.7440033   469
         Burn site near Delta Junction




US-Bo1   IL - Bondville                 USA   40.00619888   -88.29039764   219
US-Bo2   IL - Bondville (companion      USA   40.00899887   -88.29000092   219
         site)
US-Br1   IA - Brooks Field Site 10-     USA   41.69150162   -93.69139862   313
         Ames
US-Br2   IA - Brooks Field Site 1011-   USA   41.97570038   -93.69249725   314
         Ames
US-Br3   IA - Brooks Field Site 11-     USA   41.97470093   -93.69360352   313
         Ames
US-Brw   AK - Barrow                    USA   71.32250214   -156.6259003   1
US-CaV   WV - Canaan Valley             USA   39.06330109   -79.42079926   994
US-Ced   NJ - Cedar Bridge              USA   39.83789825   -74.37909698    TBD
US-ChR   TN - Chestnut Ridge            USA   35.93109894   -84.33239746    TBD
US-Co1   CO - CRP grazed site           USA   40.72510147   -104.3010025    TBD
         (Briggsdale)
US-Co2   CO - CRP minimum-till site     USA   40.73450089   -104.3010025   TBD
         (Briggsdale)
US-Co3   CO - CRP ungrazed site         USA   40.729599     -104.3010025   TBD
         (Briggsdale)
US-Cop   UT - Corral Pocket             USA    TBD           TBD            TBD
US-Ctn   SD - Cottonwood                USA    TBD           TBD            TBD
US-Cub   MD - Cub Hill (Baltimore)      USA   39.41249847   -76.52079773   146
US-Cyp   FL - Cypress wetland           USA   29.77039909   -82.20809937   50
US-Dix   NJ - Fort Dix                  USA   39.97119904   -74.43460083    TBD
US-Dk1   NC - Duke Forest-open field   USA   35.97119904   -79.09339905   168




US-Dk2   NC - Duke Forest-hardwoods USA      35.97359848   -79.10040283   168




US-Dk3   NC - Duke Forest - loblolly   USA   35.97819901   -79.09420013   163
         pine




US-Elm   FL - Everglades (long         USA   25.55190086   -80.7826004    0.77
         hydroperiod marsh)
US-Esm   FL - Everglades (short        USA   25.43790054   -80.59459686   1.07
         hydroperiod marsh)
US-Fmf   AZ - Flagstaff - Managed      USA   35.14260101   -111.7273026   2160
         Forest

US-FPe   MT - Fort Peck                USA   48.30770111   -105.1018982   634




US-FR1   TX - Freeman Ranch-           USA   29.93000031   -98.01000214   TBD
         Grassland
US-FR2   TX - Freeman Ranch-           USA   29.94949913   -97.99620056   271.9
         Mesquite Juniper
US-FR3   TX - Freeman Ranch-           USA   29.94000053   -97.98999786   TBD
         Woodland
US-Fuf   AZ - Flagstaff - Unmanaged    USA   35.0890007    -111.762001    2180
         Forest

US-Fwf   AZ - Flagstaff - Wildfire     USA   35.44540024   -111.7717972   2270


US-GLE   WY - GLEES                    USA   41.36439896   -106.2394028   3190
US-GMF   CT - Great Mountain Forest    USA   41.96670151   -73.23329926   380

US-Goo   MS - Goodwin Creek            USA   34.25469971   -89.87349701   87

US-Ha1   MA - Harvard Forest EMS     USA     42.53779984   -72.17150116   340
         Tower (HFR1)
US-Ha2   MA - Harvard Forest Hemlock USA     42.53929901   -72.17790222   360
         Site
US-Ho1   ME - Howland Forest (main   USA     45.20410156   -68.74019623   60
         tower)




US-Ho2   ME - Howland Forest (west     USA   45.20909882   -68.74700165   91
         tower)




US-Ho3   ME - Howland Forest           USA   45.2071991    -68.72499847   TBD
         (harvest site)




US-HVa   AK - Happy Valley             USA   69.13330078   -148.8329926   349
US-IB1   IL - Fermi National           USA   41.85929871   -88.22270203   225-228
         Accelerator Laboratory-
         Batavia (Agricultural site)
US-IB2   IL - Fermi National           USA   41.84059906   -88.24099731   225-228
         Accelerator Laboratory-
         Batavia (Prairie site)
US-Ivo   AK - Ivotuk                   USA   68.4865036    -155.75         TBD
US-Jas   CA - Jasper Ridge             USA   37.40209961   -122.2210007   207
US-Jss   TX - J-17 Savanna Site        USA   30.17550087   -97.87779999    TBD
US-KBS   MI - KBS Crops                USA   42.41009903   -85.3757019    288
US-KCM   MN - KCMP Tall Tower          USA    TBD           TBD            TBD
US-Kon   KS - Konza Prairie LTER       USA   39.08240128   -96.56030273   440
         (KNZ)
US-KS1   FL - Kennedy Space Center     USA   28.45829964   -80.67089844   TBD
         (slash pine)
US-KS2   FL - Kennedy Space Center     USA   28.60860062   -80.67150116   3
         (scrub oak)
US-KUO   MN - KUOM tower               USA   44.99829865   -93.18859863   301
US-Ldg   MT - Lodgepole Forest         USA   46.95220184   -110.8850021    TBD
US-Los   WI - Lost Creek                USA   46.08269882   -89.97920227   480




US-LPH   MA - Little Prospect Hill      USA   42.54190063   -72.18499756   360-395
US-LSM   AZ - Lewis Springs Mesquite    USA   31.56579971   -110.1340027    TBD

US-LWW   OK - Little Washita Watershed USA    34.96039963   -97.97889709   TBD

US-Man   KS - Manhattan (cedar forest USA     39.45999908   -96.75700378   TBD
         30 km N)
US-Me1   OR - Metolius - Eyerly burn  USA     44.57939911   -121.5         896


US-Me2   OR - Metolius-intermediate     USA   44.45230103   -121.5574036   1253
         aged ponderosa pine

US-Me3   OR - Metolius-second young     USA   44.31539917   -121.6078033   1005
         aged pine

US-Me4   OR - Metolius-old aged         USA   44.49919891   -121.6223984   922
         ponderosa pine




US-Me5   OR - Metolius-first young      USA   44.43719864   -121.5670013   1188
         aged pine




US-Me6   OR - Metolius Young Pine       USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
         Burn
US-MMS   IN - Morgan Monroe State       USA   39.32310104   -86.4131012    275
         Forest
US-MOz   MO - Missouri Ozark Site       USA   38.74409866   -92.19999695   219.4




US-Mpj   NM - Pinon-juniper site        USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
         (Mountainair)
US-MRf   OR - Mary's River (Fir) site   USA   44.64649963   -123.5510025    TBD
US-MtB   AZ - Mt Bigelow                USA   32.41669846   -110.7259979    TBD
US-NC1   NC - NC_Clearcut               USA   35.81150055   -76.71150208   5
US-NC2   NC - NC_Loblolly Plantation    USA   35.80310059   -76.66790009   12
US-Ne1   NE - Mead - irrigated          USA   41.1651001    -96.47660065   361
         continuous maize site




US-Ne2   NE - Mead - irrigated maize-   USA   41.16490173   -96.4701004    362
         soybean rotation site




US-Ne3   NE - Mead - rainfed maize-     USA   41.17969894   -96.43969727   363
         soybean rotation site




US-NMj   MI - Northern Michigan Jack    USA   46.64649963   -88.51940155   TBD
         Pine Stand
US-NPn   WY - Northern Plains Site      USA   42.31290054   -106.5569992   2198
US-NR1   CO - Niwot Ridge Forest        USA   40.03290176   -105.5459976   3050
         (LTER NWT1)




US-NR2   CO - Niwot Ridge Forest       USA    40.03250122   -105.5469971   3030
         (USGS site)
US-NSP   IA - Neal Smith Prairie- Ames USA    41.55789948   -93.29620361   277

US-Oho   OH - Oak Openings              USA   41.55450058   -83.84380341   230
US-PFa   WI - Park Falls/WLEF           USA   45.94589996   -90.27230072   470




US-Pon   OK - Ponca City              USA     36.76670074   -97.13330078   310
US-Ra1   KS - Rannells Ranch          USA     39.13899994   -96.52300262    TBD
         (ungrazed)
US-Ra2   KS - Rannells Ranch (grazed) USA     39.14049911   -96.52709961   TBD

US-Rip   MT - Riparian Meadow           USA   46.94540024   -110.887001     TBD
US-Ro1   MN - Rosemount- G21            USA   44.71429825   -93.08979797    TBD
US-Ro2   MN - Rosemount- C7             USA   44.72880173   -93.08879852    TBD
US-Ro3   MN - Rosemount- G19            USA   44.72169876   -93.08930206    TBD
US-Ru1   UT - Juniper Woodland Site     USA   40.25930023   -112.4779968   1650

US-Ru2   UT - Sagebrush Site          USA     40.28279877   -112.4720001   1650
US-Ru3   UT - Crested Wheatgrass Site USA     40.28300095   -112.4629974   1650

US-SAz   AZ - Southern Arizona site     USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
US-SCc   CA - Southern California       USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
         Climate Gradient - Desert
         Chaparral
US-SCd   CA - Southern California       USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
         Climate Gradient - Sonoran
         Desert
US-SCf   CA - Southern California       USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
         Climate Gradient - Oak/Pine
         Forest
US-SCg   CA - Southern California       USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
         Climate Gradient - Grassland

US-SCs   CA - Southern California       USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
         Climate Gradient - Coastal
         Sage
US-SCw   CA - Southern California       USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
         Climate Gradient -
         Pinyon/Juniper Woodland
US-SDU   CO - South Denver Urban        USA   39.65940094   -105.0130005   5298
         Tower
US-Seg   NM - Sevilleta (LTER desert    USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
         grassland)
US-Ses   NM - Sevilleta (LTER desert    USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
         shrubland)
US-SFP   SD - Sioux Falls Portable      USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
US-Shd   OK - Shidler- Oklahoma           USA   36.93330002   -96.6832962    TBD




US-SJ1   CA - San Joaquin                 USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
         (Freshwater Marsh Tower 1)

US-SJ2   CA - San Joaquin                 USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
         (Freshwater Marsh Tower 2)

US-Skr   FL - Shark River Slough          USA   25.36459923   -81.07800293   0
         (Tower SRS-6) Everglades

US-Slt   NJ - Silas Little- New Jersey    USA   39.91379929   -74.59600067   TBD

US-Smt   MD - Smithsonian Research        USA   38.88999939   -76.55989838   11
         Center (SERC)
US-Snd   CA - Sherman Island              USA   38.03730011   -121.7539978    TBD
US-SO2   CA - Sky Oaks- Old Stand         USA   33.37390137   -116.6228867   1394
US-SO3   CA - Sky Oaks- Young Stand       USA   33.37720108   -116.6226883   1429

US-SO4   CA - Sky Oaks- New Stand         USA   33.38439941   -116.6402512   1429
US-SP1   FL - Slashpine-Austin Cary-      USA   29.73810005   -82.21880341   50
         65yrs nat regen
US-SP2   FL - Slashpine-Mize-clearcut-    USA   29.76479912   -82.24479675   50
         3yr,regen
US-SP3   FL - Slashpine-Donaldson-        USA   29.7548008    -82.16329956   50
         mid-rot- 12yrs

US-SP4   FL - Slashpine-Rayonier-mid- USA       29.80279922   -82.20310211   TBD
         rot- 12yrs
US-SRC   AZ - Santa Rita Creosote     USA       31.9083004    -110.8395004   991
US-SRM   AZ - Santa Rita Mesquite     USA       31.82139969   -110.8659973   1120




US-Syv   MI - Sylvania Wilderness Area USA      46.24200058   -89.34770203   540




US-Ton   CA - Tonzi Ranch                 USA   38.43159866   -120.9660034   177



US-UMB   MI - Univ. of Mich. Biological   USA   45.55979919   -84.71379852   234
         Station
US-Upa   AK - Upad                        USA   70.28150177   -148.8849945   5
US-Var   CA - Vaira Ranch- Ione         USA   38.41329956   -120.9507294   129


US-Vca   NM - Valles Caldera            USA   35.87549973   -106.4769974   TBD
US-Vcm   NM - Valles Caldera National   USA    TBD           TBD           TBD
         Preserve (Mixed Conifer)

US-Vcp   NM - Valles Caldera National   USA   TBD           TBD            TBD
         Preserve (Ponderosa pine)

US-WBW   TN - Walker Branch             USA   35.95880127   -84.28739929   283
         Watershed

US-WCr   WI - Willow Creek              USA   45.80590057   -90.07990265   520




US-Whs   AZ - Walnut Gulch Lucky Hills USA    31.74379921   -110.052002    TBD
         Shrub
US-Wi0   WI - Young red pine (YRP)     USA    46.61880112   -91.08139801   TBD

US-Wi1   WI - Intermediate hardwood     USA   46.73049927   -91.23290253   TBD
         (IHW)
US-Wi2   WI - Intermediate red pine     USA   46.68690109   -91.15280151   TBD
         (IRP)
US-Wi3   WI - Mature hardwood           USA   46.63470078   -91.09870148   TBD
         (MHW)
US-Wi4   WI - Mature red pine (MRP)     USA   46.73929977   -91.16629791   TBD

US-Wi5   WI - Mixed young jack pine     USA   46.65309906   -91.08580017   TBD
         (MYJP)
US-Wi6   WI - Pine barrens #1 (PB1)     USA   46.62490082   -91.29820251   TBD

US-Wi7   WI - Red pine clearcut         USA   46.64910126   -91.06929779   TBD
         (RPCC)
US-Wi8   WI - Young hardwood            USA   46.72230148   -91.25240326   TBD
         clearcut (YHW)
US-Wi9   WI - Young Jack pine (YJP)     USA   46.61880112   -91.08139801   TBD

US-Wjs   NM - Juniper savanna site   USA      TBD           TBD            TBD
         (Willard)
US-Wkg   AZ - Walnut Gulch Kendall   USA      31.73649979   -109.9420013   1531
         Grasslands
US-Wlr   KS - Walnut River Watershed USA      37.52080154   -96.85500336   408
         (Smileyburg)
US-Wrc   WA - Wind River Crane Site   USA            45.82049942    -121.9520035   371




VE-Gan   Ganaderos                    Venezuela      8.900110245    -68.15090179    TBD
VU-Coc   CocoFlux                     Vanuatu        -15.44270039   167.1920013    80




ZA-Kru   Skukuza- Kruger National     South Africa   -25.0196991    31.49690056    365
         Park
ZM-Mkt   Mongu-Kalahari Transect      Zambia          TBD            TBD            TBD
ZM-Mon   Mongu                        Zambia         -15.43889999   23.25259972    1013
IGBP    Climate   Climate         UTC   Status         Start Stop    L4 Data
class   class     Group                                Year Year     Years

GRA     Cfa       SubTropical-          Active                                 0
                  Mediterranean


GRA               Temperate             Active                                 0
GRA               Temperate             Active                                 0
GRA     Cfb       Temperate             Active         2002   2006             5
GRA               Temperate             Active                                 0
CRO     Aw        Tropical              Active                                 0
EBF     Am        Tropical              Active                                 0
SAV     Aw        Tropical              Active                                 0
SAV     Aw        Tropical              Active                                 0
EBF     Cfb       Temperate             Active                                 0
WET     Aw        Tropical              Active         2006   2007             2
WSA     Aw        Tropical        9.5   Active         2001   2006             6




OSH     BWh       Dry (arid and         Active                                 0
URB     Cfb       Temperate             Active                                 0
GRA     Cfb       Temperate             Under                                  0
                                        construction
EBF     Cfb       Temperate       10    Active         2001   2006             6
SAV     Aw        Tropical              Active                                 0
EBF     Cfb       Temperate       10    Active         2005   2007             3
MF    Cfb   Temperate       1    Active     1997   2006    8


MF    Cfb   Temperate       1    Active     2006   2006    1
CRO   Cfb   Temperate       1    Active     2004   2006    3
MF    Cfb   Temperate       1    Active     1996   2006   11
EBF   Cfa   SubTropical-         Active                    0
EBF   Aw    Tropical        -3   Active     2003   2006    4
SAV   Am    Tropical             Active                    0
EBF   Af    Tropical             Active     1999   2003    5
EBF   Aw    Tropical             Active                    0
GRA   Aw    Tropical        -4   Active     1999   1999    1

EBF   Aw    Tropical        -4   Active     2000   2002    3

EBF   Aw    Tropical             Active                    0

EBF   Af    Tropical             Active                    0
EBF   Af    Tropical        -4   Active     1999   2006    7
EBF   Aw    Tropical             Active                    0
SAV   Aw    Tropical             Active                    0
SAV   Aw    Tropical             Active                    0

EBF   Am    Tropical        -4   Active     2002   2004    3


CRO   Am    Tropical        -4   Active     2001   2002    2
EBF   Am    Tropical        -4   Inactive   2000   2003    4

EBD   Af    Tropical             Active                    0
WSA   Aw    Tropical             Active     2001   2002    2
GRA   Aw    Tropical             Active                    0
WSA   Aw    Tropical             Active                    0

WSA   Aw    Tropical             Active                    0

SAV   BSh   Dry (arid and   2    Unknown    2003   2003    1
WSA   BSh   Dry (arid and   2    Unknown    2003   2003    1
OSH   BSh   Dry (arid and        Unknown                   0
            semi arid)
WSA   BSh   Dry (arid and   2    Active     1999   2001    3
GRA   BSh   Dry (arid and        Inactive                  0
WSA   BSh   Dry (arid and        Unknown                   0
WSA   BSh   Dry (arid and        Unknown                   0
SAV   BWh   Dry (arid and        Unknown                   0
ENF   Cfb   Temperate       -8   Active     1997   2005    9
ENF   Cfb   Temperate          -8   Active   2000   2005   6




ENF   Cfb   Temperate          -8   Active   2001   2005   5




DBF   Dfb   Temperate-              Active                 0
MF    Dfb   Temperate-              Active                 0
WET   Dfc   Boreal                  Active                 0
MF    Dfb   Temperate-         -5   Active   2003   2005   3
            Continental with
            hot or warm
            summers




GRA   Dfb   Temperate-         -7   Active   1998   2005   8
            Continental with
            hot or warm
            summers




ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Active   1994   2003   9




WET   Dfb   Temperate-         -5   Active   1998   2005   8
            Continental with
            hot or warm
            summers
ENF   Dfb   Temperate-              Active                   0
            Continental with
MF    Dfb   Temperate-              Active                   0
            Continental with
ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Inactive   2002   2005   4
ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Inactive   2001   2005   5
ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Inactive   2001   2005   5
ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Inactive   2002   2004   3
ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Inactive   2001   2005   5
OSH   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Inactive   2001   2005   5
OSH   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Inactive   2002   2005   4
ENF   Dfc   Boreal                  Inactive                 0
DBF   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Active     1997   2005   9


ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Active     1999   2005   7




ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Active     1999   2005   7


ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -5   Active     2001   2006   6




ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -5   Active     2003   2006   4

ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Active     2003   2005   3
ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Active   2003   2005   3




OSH   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Active   2003   2005   3




ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Active   2001   2005   5

ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Active   2003   2005   3

ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -6   Active   2004   2005   2

ENF   Dfb   Temperate-         -5   Active   2004   2005   2
            Continental with
            hot or warm
            summers



ENF   Dfb   Temperate-         -5   Active   2003   2005   3
            Continental with
            hot or warm
            summers



ENF   Dfb   Temperate-         -5   Active   2003   2005   3
            Continental with
            hot or warm
            summers
ENF   Dfb   Temperate-         -5   Active         2003   2005   3
            Continental with
            hot or warm
            summers




WET   Dfc   Boreal             -7   Active         2003   2005   3




WET   Dfc   Boreal             -7   Unknown        2004   2004   1

WET   Dfc   Boreal             -7   Unknown        2004   2004   1

TBD   TBD   TBD                     Inactive                     0

TBD   TBD   TBD                     Inactive                     0

OSH   Aw    Tropical                Active         2006   2006   1

GRA   Cfb   Temperate               Active                       0
MF          Temperate               Active                       0
GRA   Cfb   Temperate               Active                       0
MF    Cfb   Temperate               Active                       0
GRA   Cfb   Temperate          1    Active         2002   2006   5
CRO   Cfb   Temperate          1    Active         2005   2005   1
GRA   Cfb   Temperate               Active                       0
DBF   Cwa   SubTropical-            Unknown        2005   2006   2
EBF   Dwa   Temperate-              Active         2005   2006   2
MF    Dwb   Temperate-         8    Active         2003   2003   1
GRA   ET    Arctic                  Active                       0
EBF   Cfa   SubTropical-            Active                       0
WET   Cfa   SubTropical-       8    Active         2005   2005   1
WET   Cfa   SubTropical-       8    Active         2005   2005   1
WET   Cfa   SubTropical-       8    Active         2005   2005   1
CRO   Dwb   Temperate-         8    Active         2005   2006   2
GRA   Dwb   Temperate-         8    Active         2006   2006   1
GRA   Dwc   Temperate-              Intermittent                 0
OSH   ET    Arctic                  Active                       0
GRA   ET    Arctic             8    Unknown        2002   2004   3
DBF   Cfa   SubTropical-       8    Unknown        2005   2006   2
GRA   Dwc   Temperate-             Under                        0
            Continental with       construction
EBF   BSk   Dry (arid and      8   Active         2005   2006   2
OSH   BSk   Dry (arid and      8   Active         2006   2006   1
MF    Cfa   SubTropical-           Active                       0
            Mediterranean




TBD   BSk   Dry (arid and      8   Active         2004   2006   3
            semi arid)
GRA   Dwb   Temperate-             Unknown        2006   2006   1
            Continental with
GRA   Dwb   Temperate-             Unknown        2006   2006   1
            Continental with
EBF   Cwa   SubTropical-           Active                       0
            Mediterranean




CRO   Cwa   SubTropical-           Active                       0
CRO   BWk   Dry (arid and          Inactive                     0
GRA   Aw    Tropical               Active                       0
EBF   Am    Tropical               Inactive                     0
GRA   Aw    Tropical               Active                       0
ENF   Dfb   Temperate-         1   Active         2000   2006   7
            Continental with
GRA   Dfb   Temperate-         1   Active         2004   2006   3
            Continental with
WET    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active     2006   2006    1




ENF    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active     1996   1999    4

GRA    Cfb    Temperate           Active                    0
CRO    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active     2004   2006    3




GRA    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active     2005   2006    2
DBF    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active     2000   2006    7
ENF    Cfb    Temperate       1   Unknown    2005   2006    2
DBF    Cfb    Temperate           Active                    0
CRO    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active     2004   2006    3


DBF    Cfb    Temperate           Active                    0
GRA    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active     2003   2006    4
ENF    Cfb    Temperate           Active                    0
GRA    Cfb    Temperate           Active                    0
DBF    Cfb    Temperate           Active                    0
ENF    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active     1996   2006   11

ENF    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active     2002   2006    5
GRA    Cfb    Temperate           Active                    0
CRO    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active     2005   2005    1
GRA    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active     2005   2006    2
 TBD    TBD    TBD                Active                    0
CRO    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active     2004   2005    2
DBF    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active     1996   2006   11
CRO    Cfb    Temperate           Inactive                  0
ENF    Cfb    Temperate           Active                    0
CSH    BSk    Dry (arid and       Active                    0
OSH    BSk    Dry (arid and       Active                    0
ENF    Csa    SubTropical-    1   Active     1999   2006    8
CRO    Csa    SubTropical-    1   Active     2004   2006    3
OSH    Csa    SubTropical-    1   Active     2004   2004    1
SAV    Csa   SubTropical-   1   Active     2004   2006    3
CSH    Csa   SubTropical-       Active                    0
OSH    Csb   SubTropical-       Active                    0
GRA    Cfb   Temperate      1   Active     2004   2006    3
CRO    Cfb   Temperate          Active                    0
ENF    Dfc   Boreal             Active                    0
ENF    Dfc   Boreal         2   Active     1996   2006   11



CRO    Dfb   Temperate-         Inactive                  0
WET    Dfc   Boreal         2   Active     2000   2006    7

 TBD   Dfc   Boreal             Active                    0
ENF    Dfc   Boreal             Active                    0

ENF    Dfc   Boreal             Active                    0
GRA    Dfc   Boreal         2   Unknown    2004   2005    2
ENF    Dfc   Boreal         2   Active     2000   2006    7




 TBD   Dfc   Boreal             Active                    0
CRO    Cfb   Temperate      1   Active     2005   2005    1
CRO    Csa   SubTropical-       Active                    0
ENF    Cfb   Temperate          Active                    0
CRO    Cfb   Temperate          Active                    0
DBF    Cfb   Temperate      1   Active     2005   2006    2



CRO    Cfb   Temperate      1   Active     2005   2006    2
DBF    Cfb   Temperate      1   Active     1997   2006   10
CRO    Cfb   Temperate      1   Active     2005   2005    1
ENF    Cfb   Temperate      1   Active     1996   2006    8
GRA   Cfb   Temperate       1    Active     2004   2006   3




GRA   Cfb   Temperate       1    Unknown    2004   2006   3
GRA   Cfb   Temperate            Active                   0
EBF   Csa   SubTropical-    1    Active     2000   2006   7
            Mediterranean


EBF   Af    Tropical        -3   Active     2004   2006   3

DBF   Csa   SubTropical-         Active                   0
GRA   Cfb   Temperate       1    Active     2002   2006   5
CRO   Cfb   Temperate            Active                   0
GRA   Cfb   Temperate            Inactive                 0
GRA   Cfb   Temperate       1    Active     2004   2006   3
EBF   Af    Tropical             Active                   0

EBF   Af    Tropical        8    Unknown    2002   2003   2
CRO   Cfb    Temperate       0   Unknown   2004   2006    3




GRA   Cfb    Temperate           Active                   0
ENF   Cfb    Temperate           Active                   0
GRA   Cfb    Temperate       0   Active    2003   2005    3
GRA   Cfb    Temperate           Active                   0
GRA   Cfb    Temperate           Active                   0
ENF   BSh    Dry (arid and   2   Active    2001   2006    6
DBF   Cfc    Temperate       0   Active    1996   1998    3
GRA   Cfa    SubTropical-    1   Active    2002   2006    5
CRO   Csa    SubTropical-    1   Active    2004   2006    3
CRO   Cfb    Temperate           Active                   0


GRA   Cfb    Temperate       1   Active    2006   2006    1



ENF   Csa    SubTropical-    1   Active    2006   2006    1
CRO   Cfa    SubTropical-    1   Active    2006   2006    1
             Mediterranean




DBF   Cfa    SubTropical-    1   Active    1996   2006   11
EBF   Csa    SubTropical-    1   Active    1997   2006    8
ENF   Cfb    Temperate       1   Active    2000   2006    5
EBF   Cfa    SubTropical-    1   Active    2005   2006    2
GRA   Cfb    Temperate       1   Active    2003   2006    4
GRA   Cfb    Temperate       1   Active    2003   2006    4
GRA   Cfb    Temperate       1   Active    2003   2006    4
CRO    TBD    TBD                Active                   0
CSH   Csa    SubTropical-    1   Active    2004   2006    3
             Mediterranean




DBF   Cfa    SubTropical-    1   Active    2001   2006    4
OSH    Csa    SubTropical-       1   Active     2002   2005   4
DBF    Cfa    SubTropical-       1   Active     2002   2004   3
              Mediterranean
ENF    Dfb    Temperate          1   Active     1999   2006   8
DBF    Csa    SubTropical-       1   Active     2000   2006   7
DBF    Csa    SubTropical-       1   Active     2002   2006   5
CRO     TBD    TBD                   Unknown                  0



CRO    TBD    TBD                    Unknown                  0



ENF    Csa    SubTropical-       1   Active     1999   2006   8
CSH    Csa    SubTropical-           Active                   0
CRO     TBD    TBD                   Unknown                  0
DBF    Cfa    SubTropical-       1   Active     2004   2005   2
 TBD   Dfb    Temperate-             Inactive                 0
DBF    Cfb    Temperate              Active                   0
ENF    Cfa    SubTropical-           Active                   0
              Mediterranean
CRO    Cfa    SubTropical-           Active                   0
              Mediterranean
DBF    Dfb    Temperate-             Active                   0
              Continental with
DNF    Dfb    Temperate-             Active                   0
              Continental with
MF     Cfa    SubTropical-           Active                   0
              Mediterranean
CRO    Cfa    SubTropical-           Inactive                 0
              Mediterranean
DBF    Cfa    SubTropical-           Active                   0
              Mediterranean
CRO    Cfa    SubTropical-       9   Inactive   2002   2003   2
              Mediterranean
WET    Dfb    Temperate-             Inactive                 0
GRA    Cfa    SubTropical-           Active                   0
DBF    Dfb    Temperate-         9   Active     1999   2004   6
MF     Dfb    Temperate-         9   Unknown    2001   2005   4
              Continental with
MF     Dfb    Temperate-         9   Active     2001   2003   3
              Continental with
CRO    Cfa    SubTropical-           Active                   0
              Mediterranean
CRO    Cwa    SubTropical-           Active                   0
CRO    Cfa    SubTropical-       9   Active     2004   2006   3
MF     Dwa    Temperate-         9   Inactive   2004   2007   4
              Continental with
DBF    Dwa    Temperate-             Active                   0
              Continental with
CRO    Cwa    SubTropical-           Active                   0
              Mediterranean
TBD    BSk    Dry (arid and          Roving                   0
TBD    Dfb    Temperate-             Roving                   0
TBD    BSk    Dry (arid and          Roving                   0
TBD    BSk    Dry (arid and       Roving                          0
TBD    BSk    Dry (arid and       Roving                          0
TBD    Dfb    Temperate-          Roving                          0
TBD    BSk    Dry (arid and       Roving                          0
TBD    BSk    Dry (arid and       Roving                          0
TBD    BSk    Dry (arid and       Roving                          0
TBD    Dfb    Temperate-          Roving                          0
GRA    Dfb    Temperate-          Roving                          0
TBD    BSk    Dry (arid and       Roving                          0
TBD    BSk    Dry (arid and       Inactive                        0
TBD    BSk    Dry (arid and       Roving                          0
GRA    BSk    Dry (arid and       Inactive                        0
GRA    Dwc    Boreal              Active                          0
GRA    Dwb    Boreal              Summer                          0
                                  operation only

DBF    As     Tropical            Active                          0
SAV    BWh    Dry (arid and       Active                          0
GRA    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active           2003   2006    4
GRA    Cfb    Temperate       1   Inactive         2003   2004    2
GRA    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active           2004   2006    3
CRO    Cfb    Temperate       1   Inactive         2005   2006    2
GRA    Cfb    Temperate           Active                          0
ENF    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active           1996   2006   11
CRO    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active           2006   2006    1
CRO    Cfb    Temperate       1   Inactive         2005   2006    2
 TBD   Cfb    Temperate           Active                          0
 TBD   Cfb    Temperate           Active                          0
CRO    Cfb    Temperate           Active                          0
GRA    Am     Tropical            Active                          0




DBF    Am     Tropical            Active                          0




 TBD   Dfb    Temperate-          Active                          0
MF     Dfb    Temperate-          Active                          0
WET    Cfb    Temperate       1   Active           2004   2005    2
EBF    Csa    SubTropical-    0   Active           2002   2006    4
EBF    Csa    SubTropical-    0   Active           2003   2005    3
GRA    Csa    SubTropical-    0   Active           2004   2006    3
SAV     TBD    TBD                Active                          0
MF     Dfc    Boreal              Active           2002   2005    4
OSH    Dfc    Boreal              Inactive         2003   2005    3
 TBD   Dfc    Boreal              Active                          0
 TBD   Dfb    Temperate-          Active                          0
ENF    Dfb    Temperate-         3   Active           1998   2006   9
              Continental with
              hot or warm
              summers
GRA    Dfc    Boreal                 Inactive         2002   2004   3
GRA    Dfc    Boreal                 Inactive         2002   2003   2

GRA    Dfc    Boreal                 Inactive         2004   2004   1
OSH    Dfd    Boreal                 Summer                         0
                                     operation only

 TBD   Dfb    Temperate-             Inactive                       0
DNF    Dfd    Boreal                 Active                         0
ENF    Dfd    Boreal                 Active                         0
 TBD    TBD    TBD                   Inactive                       0
WET    Dfc    Boreal                 Unknown                        0
ENF     TBD    TBD                   Unknown                        0
 TBD    TBD    TBD                   Inactive                       0
ENF    Dfc    Boreal                 Active           2002   2004   3
 TBD    TBD    TBD                   Inactive                       0
 TBD   BWh    Dry (arid and          Active                         0
DBF    ET     Arctic             1   Unknown          2005   2005   1
 TBD   Dfb    Temperate-             Active                         0
ENF    Dfb    Temperate-             Inactive                       0
WET    Dfc    Boreal             1   Active           2001   2005   5




WET    Cfb    Temperate          1   Unknown          2005   2006   2
ENF    Dfc    Boreal             1   Active           1996   2002   6




ENF    Dfc    Boreal                 Active                         0
ENF    Dfb    Temperate-         1   Active         1996   2005   6
              Continental with
              hot or warm
              summers




ENF    Dfb    Temperate-         1   Active         2005   2005   1
ENF    Dfb    Temperate-         1   Active         2004   2005   2
DBF    ET     Arctic             1   Active         2006   2006   1

WET    ET     Arctic                 Active                       0
TBD     TBD    TBD                   Active                       0

ENF    Dbf    Temperate-             Active         2005   2005   1
              Continental with
DBF    Am     Tropical               Active                       0
CRO    Aw     Tropical               Active                       0
EBF    Aw     Tropical               Active                       0
 TBD   Cfa    SubTropical-           Active                       0
 TBD   Cfb    Temperate              Under                        0
                                     construction
 TBD   Cfa    SubTropical-           Active                       0
CRO    Cfa    SubTropical-           Under          2006   2007   2
              Mediterranean          construction
WET    Cfb    Temperate          0   Active         2005   2005   1


 TBD   Cfc    Temperate              Active                       0
CRO    Cfb    Temperate              Active                       0
GRA    Cfb    Temperate          0   Active         2004   2006   2




CRO    Cfb    Temperate          0   Active         2003   2005   3
ENF    Cfc    Temperate          0   Active         1997   2006   6
DBF    Cfb    Temperate          0   Active         2004   2005   2
ENF    Cfb    Temperate              Active                       0
CRO    Cfb    Temperate          0   Active         2006   2006   1
WET    Cfb    Temperate              Active                       0
CRO    Cfb    Temperate              Active                       0
GRA    Cfb    Temperate              Active                       0

DBF    Cfb    Temperate          0   Active         2005   2006   2
TBD    Cfb    Temperate              Active                       0
GRA    Cfb    Temperate          0   Active         2001   2001   1
TBD    Dfb    Temperate-             Inactive                     0
GRA   Cfa   SubTropical-            Inactive    2005   2006    2
            Mediterranean
GRA   Cfa   SubTropical-            Inactive    2005   2006    2
            Mediterranean
CRO   Cfa   SubTropical-       -6   Active      2003   2006    4
            Mediterranean
WET   ET    Arctic             -9   Active      1999   2006    6
GRA   BSk   Dry (arid and      -7   Active      2002   2006    5
            semi arid)
DBF   Dfb   Temperate-         -5   Active      2004   2005    2
            Continental with
            hot or warm
            summers




TBD   Cfa   SubTropical-            Periodic                   0
            Mediterranean           operation
GRA   Dfa   Temperate-         -6   Active      2004   2006    3
ENF   Dfb   Temperate-              Inactive                   0
ENF   Csa   SubTropical-       -8   Inactive    1997   2006   10
            Mediterranean




ENF   Dsc   Boreal             -9   Active      2003   2003    1
DBF   Dsc    Boreal             -9   Active     2003   2003    1




OSH   Dsc    Boreal             -9   Active     2003   2003    1




CRO   Dfa    Temperate-         -6   Active     1996   2007   12
CRO   Dfa    Temperate-         -6   Active     2004   2006    3
             Continental with
CRO   Dfa    Temperate-              Active                    0
             Continental with
CRO   Dfa    Temperate-              Active                    0
             Continental with
CRO   Dfa    Temperate-              Active                    0
             Continental with
WET   ET     Arctic             -9   Active     1998   2002    5
GRA   Cfb    Temperate               Active     2004   2005    2
CSH   Cfa    SubTropical-            Active                    0
DBF   Cfa    SubTropical-            Active                    0
GRA   BSk    Dry (arid and           Inactive                  0
             semi arid)
TBD   BSk    Dry (arid and           Inactive                  0
             semi arid)
GRA   BSk    Dry (arid and           Inactive                  0
             semi arid)
TBD    TBD    TBD                    Unknown                   0
TBD    TBD    TBD                    Active                    0
TBD   Cfa    SubTropical-            Active                    0
WET   Cfa    SubTropical-            Inactive                  0
TBD   Cfa    SubTropical-            Active                    0
GRA   Cfa   SubTropical-         Active   2001   2005   5
            Mediterranean




DBF   Cfa   SubTropical-         Active   2003   2005   3
            Mediterranean




ENF   Cfa   SubTropical-         Active   2001   2005   5
            Mediterranean




WET   TBD   TBD                  Active                 0

WET   TBD   TBD                  Active                 0

ENF   Csb   SubTropical-         Active   2005   2006   2
            Mediterranean

GRA   BSk   Dry (arid and   -6   Active   2000   2006   7
            semi arid)



GRA   Cfa   SubTropical-         Active                 0
            Mediterranean
WSA   Cfa   SubTropical-    -6   Active   2004   2006   3
            Mediterranean
CSH   Cfa   SubTropical-         Active                 0
            Mediterranean
ENF    Csb    Temperate-              Active     2005   2006    2
              Continental

GRA    Csb    Temperate-              Active     2005   2006    2
              Continental

ENF    Dfc    Temperate               Active                    0
 TBD   Dfb    Temperate               Inactive                  0

GRA    Cfa    SubTropical-       -6   Inactive   2002   2006    5
              Mediterranean
DBF    Dfb    Temperate-         -5   Active     1991   2006   16
              Continental with
ENF    Dfb    Temperate-         -5   Active     2004   2004    1
              Continental with
ENF    Dfb    Temperate-         -5   Active     1996   2004    9
              Continental with
              hot or warm
              summers



ENF    Dfb    Temperate-         -5   Active     1999   2004    6
              Continental with
              hot or warm
              summers



ENF    Dfb    Temperate-              Active                    0
              Continental with
              hot or warm
              summers



WET    Dfc    Boreal                  Inactive                  0
CRO    Dfa    Temperate-         -6   Active     2005   2007    3
              Continental with
              hot or warm
GRA    Dfa    Temperate-         -6   Active     2004   2007    3
              Continental with
              hot or warm
WET    ET     Arctic             -9   Active     2003   2006    4
 TBD   Csb    SubTropical-            Active                    0
 TBD   Cfa    SubTropical-            Active                    0
SAV    Dfa    Temperate-              Inactive                  0
 TBD    TBD    TBD                    Active                    0
GRA    Cfa    SubTropical-            Active                    0
              Mediterranean
ENF    Cfa    SubTropical-       -5   Inactive   2002   2002    1
              Mediterranean
CSH    Cfa    SubTropical-       -5   Inactive   2000   2006    7
              Mediterranean
 TBD   Dfa    Temperate-              Active                    0
ENF    TBD     TBD                    Active                    0
CSH    Dfb   Temperate-         -6   Active     2001   2005   5
             Continental with
             hot or warm
             summers

DBF    Dfb   Temperate-         -5   Active     2002   2005   4
TBD    TBD    TBD                    Active                   0

GRA    Cfa   SubTropical-            Inactive                 0
             Mediterranean
TBD    Cfa   SubTropical-            Active                   0
             Mediterranean
ENF    Csb   SubTropical-       -8   Inactive   2004   2005   2
             Mediterranean

ENF    Csb   SubTropical-       -8   Active     2003   2005   3
             Mediterranean

ENF    Csb   SubTropical-       -8   Active     2004   2005   2
             Mediterranean

ENF    Csb   SubTropical-       -8   Inactive   1996   2000   5
             Mediterranean




ENF    Csb   SubTropical-            Inactive                 0
             Mediterranean




TBD    TBD   TBD                     Unknown                  0

DBF    Cfa   SubTropical-       -5   Active     1999   2005   7
             Mediterranean
DBF    Cfa   SubTropical-       -6   Active     2004   2006   3
             Mediterranean




TBD    TBD   TBD                     Active                   0

ENF    Csb   SubTropical-            Active                   0
 TBD   BSh   Dry (arid and           Active                   0
OSH    Cfa   SubTropical-       -5   Active     2005   2006   2
ENF    Cfa   SubTropical-       -5   Active     2005   2006   2
CRO   Dfa   Temperate-         -6   Active     2001   2005   5
            Continental with
            hot or warm
            summers




CRO   Dfa   Temperate-         -6   Active     2001   2005   5
            Continental with
            hot or warm
            summers




CRO   Dfa   Temperate-         -6   Active     2001   2005   5
            Continental with
            hot or warm
            summers




ENF   Dfb   Temperate-              Inactive                 0
            Continental with
GRA   Dfb   Temperate-              Inactive                 0
ENF   Dfc   Boreal             -7   Active     1999   2003   4




ENF   Dfc   Boreal                  Inactive                 0

TBD   Dfa   Temperate-              Active                   0
            Continental with
DBF   Dfa   Temperate-         -5   Active     2004   2005   2
MF     Dfb    Temperate-         -6   Active     1996   2003   6
              Continental with
              hot or warm
              summers




CRO    Cfa    SubTropical-            Inactive                 0
GRA    Cfa    SubTropical-            Active                   0
              Mediterranean
GRA    Cfa    SubTropical-            Active                   0
              Mediterranean
 TBD    TBD    TBD                    Active                   0
CRO    Dfa    Temperate-              Active                   0
 TBD   Dfa    Temperate-              Active                   0
CRO    Dfa    Temperate-              Active                   0
WSA    Cfa    SubTropical-            Active                   0
              Mediterranean
WSA    Cfa    SubTropical-            Active                   0
GRA    Cfa    SubTropical-            Active                   0
              Mediterranean
TBD    TBD     TBD                    Active                   0
TBD    TBD     TBD                    Active                   0


TBD    TBD    TBD                     Active                   0


TBD    TBD    TBD                     Active                   0


TBD    TBD    TBD                     Active                   0


TBD    TBD    TBD                     Active                   0


TBD    TBD    TBD                     Active                   0


TBD    TBD    TBD                     Active                   0

TBD    TBD    TBD                     Active                   0

TBD    TBD    TBD                     Active                   0

TBD    TBD    TBD                     Active                   0
GRA    Cfa    SubTropical-            Inactive                 0
              Mediterranean



WET    TBD    TBD                     Active                   0


WET    TBD    TBD                     Active                   0


EBF    Aw     Tropical                Active                   0


DBF    Cfa    SubTropical-            Active                   0
              Mediterranean
DBF    Cfa    SubTropical-            Inactive                 0
              Mediterranean
 TBD    TBD    TBD                    Active                   0
CSH    Csa    SubTropical-       -8   Active     1997   2006   6
CSH    Csa    SubTropical-       -8   Active     1997   2006   6
              Mediterranean
CSH    Csa    SubTropical-       -8   Active     2004   2006   3
ENF    Cfa    SubTropical-       -5   Active     2000   2005   3
              Mediterranean
ENF    Cfa    SubTropical-       -5   Active     1998   2004   7
              Mediterranean
ENF    Cfa    SubTropical-       -5   Active     1999   2004   6
              Mediterranean

ENF    Cfa    SubTropical-       -5   Inactive   1998   1998   1
              Mediterranean
OSH     TBD    TBD                    Active                   0
WSA    BSk    Dry (arid and      -7   Active     2004   2006   3
              semi arid)



MF     Dfb    Temperate-         -6   Active     2002   2006   5
              Continental with
              hot or warm
              summers




WSA    Csa    SubTropical-       -8   Active     2001   2006   6
              Mediterranean


DBF    Dfb    Temperate-         -5   Active     1999   2003   5
              Continental with
WET    Dsc    Boreal                  Inactive                 0
GRA   Csa    SubTropical-       -8   Active     2001   2006   6
             Mediterranean

TBD   Cfb    Temperate               Active                   0
TBD    TBD    TBD                    Active                   0


TBD   TBD    TBD                     Active                   0


DBF   Cfa    SubTropical-       -5   Inactive   1995   1999   5
             Mediterranean

DBF   Dfb    Temperate-         -6   Active     1999   2006   8
             Continental with
             hot or warm
             summers




TBD   BSk    Dry (arid and           Active                   0
             semi arid)
ENF   Dfb    Temperate-         -6   Inactive   2002   2002   1
             Continental with
DBF   Dfb    Temperate-         -6   Inactive   2003   2003   1
             Continental with
ENF   Dfb    Temperate-         -6   Inactive   2003   2003   1
             Continental with
DBF   Dfb    Temperate-              Inactive                 0
             Continental with
ENF   Dfb    Temperate-         -6   Inactive   2002   2005   4
             Continental with
ENF   Dfb    Temperate-         -6   Inactive   2004   2004   1
             Continental with
OSH   Dfb    Temperate-         -6   Inactive   2002   2002   1
             Continental with
OSH   Dfb    Temperate-         -6   Inactive   2005   2005   1
             Continental with
DBF   Dfb    Temperate-         -6   Inactive   2002   2002   1
             Continental with
ENF   Dfb    Temperate-         -6   Inactive   2004   2005   2
             Continental with
TBD   TBD     TBD                    Active                   0

GRA   BSk    Dry (arid and      -7   Active     2004   2006   3
             semi arid)
GRA   Cfa    SubTropical-            Inactive                 0
             Mediterranean
ENF    Csb   Temperate       -8     Active    1998   2006   8




 TBD   Aw    Tropical               Active                  0
EBF    Af    Tropical        11.5   Unknown   2001   2004   4




SAV    Cwa   SubTropical-           Active    2001   2003   3
             Mediterranean
 TBD          TBD                   Unknown                 0
EBF    Aw    Tropical               Active                  0
Site Decription


This region of exclusive characteristics is located in the Department of
Vera, Province of Santa Fe, Argentina. This is an area with drainage
problems and subject to variations of flood and drought




Contact: Dr. Jason Beringer, (Monash University)
Jason.beringer@arts.monash.edu.au
Authors: Dr. Jason Beringer (Monash University), Dr. Lindsay Hutley
(Charles Darwin University), Prof. Nigel Tapper (Monash University).
Web site: http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/ges/research/climate/fire/
Description: Detailed carbon stocks and flux estimates using EC and
inventory techniques. Stand characteristics including LAI and DBH. Soil
and stem respiration measurements. GPP, Re, NEE measurements
Dates: August 2001 to August 2006                  ;
BA 10-12 m2 ha-1; stems ha-1 700 Branch: 8Tree Height 17m; Grass
height max 1.75m Carbon Stocks (t.C.ha-1) from Chen: Leaf: 1
Branch: 8       Stem: 22     Dead stem: 1       Total Plant=32    Tree:
32       Understorey: 2        Litter: 1  Total Above Ground =35
Fine root: 0.4       Coarse root: 16.6      Below Ground Biomass: 17
    Soils: 151
TOTAL ECOSYSTEM = 192
Climate: This is part of the coastal humid region of the Northern
Territory. This region experiences two major seasons: wet and dry.
The wet season generally occurs from December to March (inclusive)
and during this time approximately 95% of the annual rainfall (which in
this region is approximately 1750mm per annum) occurs as shown in
the figure below. The dry season generally occurs from May to
CarboEurope: The FOREST IS A LEVEL-II OBSERVATION PLOT OF
THE European program (IPC-II) forests) for intensive monitoring of
forest ecosystems (EC-UN/ECE, 1996).




The primary forest site tower is located in the government-owned
Tapajos National Forest (TNF), near the IBAMA camp pproximately 7.3
km into the TNF from km 66.7.




1949 Douglas-fir stand; Tower Type 20" triangular tower;
Latitude/Longitude 49.86725N 125.33360W (GPS survey, 2003.
Coordinates updated/corrected May, 2006); Elevation 320 m; North-east
facing terrain, 5-10 deg slope; Mean Air Temp. 8.3 °C* ; Mean Annual
Precipitation 1461 mm * ; Date Operations Began June 1997 ;
Frequency of EC Measurements 20.83 Hz; Frequency of Other Met.
Sensors 1 - 4 sec, year round ; Soil Respiration Measurements 30 min.,
automated soil respiration system in 2000, periodically during growing
season using portable system in 2002 ; * 1998-2001 averages from the
1948 Douglas-fir stand meteorological tower
Tower Type: 10" triangular tower; Latitude/Longitude 49.87048N -
125.29087W (GPS survey, 2003. Coordinates updated/corrected May,
2006); Elevation approx. 180m; Mean Air Temp. (for the growing
season) 8.3 C*; Mean Annual Precipitation 1461 mm *; Date Operations
Began August 2000; Frequency of EC Measurements 7.7 Hz (2000 -
2001), 20 Hz (2002); Frequency of Other Met. Sensors 4 sec, year
round; Soil Respiration Measurements Periodically during growing
season using portable system in 2002; * 1998-2001 averages from the
1948 Douglas-fir stand meteorological tower
Site: 1988 Harvested Douglas Fir (Pole-sapling); Tower Type 10"
triangular tower; Latitude/Longitude 49.53462N -124.90044W (GPS
survey, 2003. Coordinates updated/corrected May, 2006); Elevation
approx. 120m; Mean Air Temp. (for the growing season) 9.7 C *; Mean
Annual Precipitation 1179 mm *; Date Operations Began: September
2001; Frequency of EC Measurements 20 Hz; Frequency of Other Met.
Sensors 4 sec, year round; Soil Respiration Measurements Periodically
during growing season using portable system in 2002; * 30-yr climate
normals from the Comox Airport




Groundhog River (FCRN site "ON-OMW") is situated in a typical boreal
mixedwood forest in northeastern Ontario (48.217o N and 82.156o W)
about 80km southwest of Timmins in Reeves Twp. near the Groundhog
River. Rowe (1972) places the site in the Missinaibi-Cabonga Section of
the Boreal Forest Region. In terms of Ecoregion and Ecozone the site is
in the Lake Timiskaming Lowlands of the Boreal Shield. The forest
developed after high-grade logging in the 1930's. The average age is
estimated at 75 years. The forest is dominated by five species
characteristic of Ontario boreal mixedwoods: trembling aspen (Populus
tremuloides Michx.), black spruce (Picea mariana (Mill.) B.S.P.), white
spruce (Picea glauca (Moench.) Voss.), white birch (Betula papyrifera
Marsh.), and balsam fir (Abies balsamea (L.) Mill.). Chapman and
Thomas (1968) give annual precipitation as 873.4mm of which 57%
occurs in the 160 day growing season. The surficial geology is a
lacustrine deposit of varved or massive clays, silts and silty sands. The
soil is an orthic gleysol with a soil moisture regime classified as fresh to
very fresh. Plonski (1974) rates it as a site class 1. The topography is
Latitude 49.43° N; Longitude 112.56° W, altitude 951 meters,Mixed
Grass Prairie that includes the following major species: Agropyron spp.
(Wheat Grasses), Tragopogon dubius (Goat’s Beard), Vicia americana
(Wild Vetch), Koleria cristata (June Grass), Eurotia lanata (Winter Fat),
Stipa comata (Spear Grass), Achillea millefolium (Yarrow); Artemisia
frigida (Pasture Sage); Carex spp. (Sedges), Bouteloua gracilis (Blue
Grama Grass). Maximum canopy height varies from year to year
55.880° N, 98.481° W, elevation of 259 m, Boreal coniferous: Black
spruce; occasional larch present in poorly-drained areas. Groundcover is
moss (feathermosses and Sphagnum), Labrador Tea, Vaccinium, and
willows are a main component of the understory. It was established in
1993 as a BOREAS site.
Peatland (raised bog)    Ontario.                        This site was
first known as the Mer Bleue site with the PCARS (Peatland Carbon
Simulator) Project.         45.4069° N, 75.4844° W
53.62889° N, 106.19779° W, elabation of 600.63 m,BOREAS 1994,
1996, BERMS climate and flux measurements began Dec. 1996

Bergeron, O., H.A. Margolis, T.A. Black, C. Coursolle, A.L. Dunn, A.G.
Barr and S.C. Wofsy. 2006. Comparison of carbon fluxes over three
boreal black spruce forests in Canada. Global Change Biology. 12, 1-19:
SOBS is located toward the southern edge of the boreal forest 100km
NE of Prince Albert (Saskatchewan).
The site is flat and homogeneously covered by black spruce, with
occasional tamaracks and jack pines. The ground has a hummock-
hollow microtopography and is covered mainly with a dense moss mat
(sphagnum and feather mosses). The understory is sparse and
dominated by Labrador tea and wild rose (Rosa spp.).                 ...Soil
organic layers are 20–30 cm deep and the mineral soil has a sandy loam
texture. Drainage is poor to imperfect and the water table is generally
near the surface. Further details can be found in Jarvis et al. (1997),
Steele et al. (1997) and Gower et al. (1997).

53.91634° N, 104.69203° W, elavation of 579.27 m, BOREAS 1994,
BERMS climate measurements began Mar. 1997 and flux measurements
Aug. 1999
The ground is gently rolling with a weak slope (<5%). In mesic areas
(designated as well to moderately well
drained areas, according to the Canadian System of Soil Classification
(Agriculture Canada Expert Committee on Soil Survey, 1983)), the soil is
a ferro-humic to humic podzol covered by an organic layer having an
average depth of 26 cm (Fig. 1). In humid areas, the soil is organic
(imperfectly to poorly drained) with an average organic layer of 125 cm.
Mesic areas accounted for approximately 75% of the total surface area
of the footprint and humid areas accounted for 25%.
49.69247° N / 74.34204° W, elevation of 387 mm, 90 - 100 yr old Black
Spruce, Jack Pine, feather moss
Amiro_et_al_2006, AFM/136:...The 1989 burn site (F89) was northeast
of Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan, with the humancaused
fire covering 13,500 ha. Parts of the area had been logged prior to the
fire, and slash residues would have been burned in some locations.
Parts of the area were aerially seeded with jack pine seeds in the winter
of 1990.                   The present tree canopy was composed of
balsam poplar (Populus balsamifera L.), jack pine, trembling aspen, and
birch (Betula papyrifera Marsh.) and prior to the fire, the stand
consisted of these same species aswell asblack spruce.Deadsnags of
black spruce and jack pinewere still standing, althoughmost had fallen
over and formed a leaningmix of dry, dead tree boles. The understory
vegetation consisted mostly of black spruce saplings, saplings of the
tree overstory species, bearberry, blueberry (Vaccinium myrtilloides
Michx.), raspberry (Rubus idaeus L.), rose (Rosa acicularis Lindl.),
bunchberry (Cornus canadensis L.), and reed grass (Calamagrostis
canadensis (Michx.) Nutt.).

Amiro_et_al_2006, AFM/136:...The 1998 burn site (F98) was in the east
part of Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan, in the Waskesiu Fire,
ignited by lightning that burned about 1700 ha in July 1998. The pre-
fire forest consisted of jack pine and black spruce stands, with some
intermixed aspen. The fire was severe, consuming much of the top layer
of organic soil and killing all trees.           In 2001, much of the
regenerating vegetation consisted of aspen saplings about 1 m tall and
shorter jack pine and black spruce seedlings. An overstory of dead,
leafless jack pine trees dominated at a height of 18 m. Sparse grass and
herbs, such as fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium L.) covered the
ground. There were a large number of fallen dead trees, mostly perched
above the ground and not decomposing quickly.

53.908408° N, 104.655885° W, elavation of 580m, BERMS climate and
flux measurements began in Spring 2001
53.944737° N, 104.649340° W, BERMS flux and climate measurements
to begin by Mar 2003
53.87581° N, 104.64529° W, BOREAS 1994, 1996, BERMS climate and
flux measurements to begin Spring 2003
Peichl, M. and M.A. Arain, 2006. Above- and Belowground Ecosystem
Biomass and Carbon Pools in an Age-Sequence of White Pine
Plantations in Southern Ontario, Canada. Agricultural and Forest
Meteorology 140: 51-63.; Peichl, M. and Arain, M.A., 2007. Allometry
and partitioning of above- and belowground tree biomass in an age-
sequence of white pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management 253:
68-80.
Peichl, M. and M.A. Arain, 2006. Above- and Belowground Ecosystem
Biomass and Carbon Pools in an Age-Sequence of White Pine
Plantations in Southern Ontario, Canada. Agricultural and Forest
Meteorology 140: 51-63.; Peichl, M. and Arain, M.A., 2007. Allometry
and partitioning of above- and belowground tree biomass in an age-
sequence of white pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management 253:
68-80.
Peichl, M. and M.A. Arain, 2006. Above- and Belowground Ecosystem
Biomass and Carbon Pools in an Age-Sequence of White Pine
Plantations in Southern Ontario, Canada. Agricultural and Forest
Meteorology 140: 51-63.; Peichl, M. and Arain, M.A., 2007. Allometry
and partitioning of above- and belowground tree biomass in an age-
sequence of white pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management 253:
68-80.
Arain, M.A. and Restrepo-Coupe, N., 2005. Net ecosystem production in
a temperate pine plantation in southeastern Canada. Agricultural and
Forest . Meteorology 128: 223-241.; Restrepo, N.C. and Arain, M.A.,
2005. Energy and water exchanges from a temperate pine plantation
forest. Hydrological Processes 19: 27-49.; Peichl, M. and M.A. Arain,
2006. Above- and Belowground Ecosystem Biomass and Carbon Pools in
an Age-Sequence of White Pine Plantations in Southern Ontario,
Canada. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 140: 51-63.; Peichl, M. and
Arain, M.A., 2007. Allometry and partitioning of above- and
belowground tree biomass in an age-sequence of white pine forests.
Forest Ecology and Management 253: 68-80. Yuan F., Arain M.A., Barr
A., Black T.A., Bourque P.-A., Coursolle C., Margolis H., McCaughey H.,
and Wofsy S. C., 2008. Modeling analysis of primary controls on net
ecosystem productivity of seven boreal and temperate coniferous
forests across an east-west continental transect in Canada. Global
Change Biology (2008) 14, 1–20, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-
2486.2008.01612.x.

Peatland (treed fen)                               Alberta.
          The site (La Biche River, Western Peatland) is located
approximately 200 km north-east of Edmonton, Alberta close to the
confluence of the La Biche and Athabasca Rivers (35 km north of the
town of Grassland, Alberta).                  54.9538359°N,
112.4669767°W
Peatland (poor fen)         Alberta.    55.5375°N, 112.3343°W
   North of the AB-WPL site.
Peatland (rich fen)    Alberta.    54.47°N, 113.32°W          Southwest
of the AB-WPL site.
                                     ℃
CLIMATE                ℃        ℃          ℃           ℃
Mean annual air temperature is 18.6 , and the active accumulated
temperature above 0 and 10 are 6523 ·d and 6015 ·d,
respectively. Mean annual precipitation is 1488.8 mm, and evaporation
is 1110.3 mm. With a mean annual sunshine duration of 1785 h, the
percentage of sunshine is 44%. Mean annual global radiation is 4349
MJm-2. Mean annual frost-free period is 323d. The climate type of the
area is typical sub-tropical monsoon climate.




Climate here is tropical monsoon, with an alternation of foggy-cool, dry-
                                            ℃
hot and rainy seasons ℃without frost. Mean annual sunshine duration is
                                 ℃                      ℃         ℃
1859h, mean annual air temperature is 21.5 , while accumulated
temperature above 10 is 7959 ·d, and that above 18 is 6638 ·d.
Mean annual precipitation is 1493 mm, mostly occurring in rainy season
(1256 mm from May through October), which accounts for 84%. Mean
annual relative humidity is 85%. Foggy day here is so common that it
becomes particular phenomena of weather, and mean annual foggy day
is 186 d.
Site description
Mokré Louky (The „Wet Meadows“) is situated near the town of Třeboň
(South Bohemia, Czech Republic) in the cadastral area of a man-made
lake (Rožmberk fishpond, 5 km2). The water level is controlled by a
system of ditches, which interconnect the man-made lakes (fishponds)
in the whole region. The water level is fairly stable throughout the year
(-0.2 – 0.2 m) owing to the water level control of the Rožmberk lake by
the lake managers. In some years, spring and summer floods occur
during snow melting and summer rains, respectively, depending on the
current meteorological situation. The wet meadow is a sedge grass
marsh, in which Carex gracilis (acuta) and Calamagrostis canescens
were the dominant plant species till the long-lasting summer flood in
2002. Afterwards, Phalaris arundinacea took over and has since
dominated over 50 % of the site, where the water level keeps below the
soil surface for most time. Carex acuta keeps dominating the wetter
part, where the water level is higher than the soil surface for most of
the year.                 The part of the wetland, where the Eddy-
covariance measurement site is situated in the unmanaged part of the
wetland (unfertilized, unmown), about 0.5 km upstream from the



the study site is located near the village Gebesee about 20 km NW of
Erfurt, the station is located in the middle of an agricultural field, an
approximate semi-rectangular area of 750 by 850 m; in the
neighbourhood possibly cultivation of different crops

unfertilised grassland since 1987




crop rotation (winter barley - rapeseed - winter wheat - maize - summer
barley); solely cropland since 1975, partly grassland before 1975




forest land since 1890 at least
The SMEAR II station is located in a homogeneous Scots pine stand
(Pinus sylvestris L.) planted in 1962 next to the Hyytiälä forest station of
the University of Helsinki in southern Finland. Soil type: Haplic podzol


heights of hummocks range form 0.3 to 0.8m; site has no permaforst




Soil organic carbon stocks (profle) - Kg m-2 - OI: 0.58 - 0-10cm: 1.48 -
10-30cm: 0.86 - >30cm:0.25; ------; Bulk density (Densities determined
from < 2mm fraction g soil cm-3 dry soil - 0-10 cm: 1.20 g cm-3 --10-
20 cm: 1.45 g cm-3 ---20-40 cm: 1.54 g cm-3; -------; Soil Texture (%
in each layer)---- 0-10 cm: clay 0.5 %, sand 88.12%, silt 6.0%, stones
5.4%------10-20 cm clay 0.3%, sand 93.5%, silt 4.1%, stones 2.1%-----
----20-40 cm clay 0.2%, sand 91.9%, silt 2.8%, stones 5.1%




Mature oak forest with understorey of coppiced hornbeam - Quite flat
and homogeneous           North : crops (550m) - West : river Seine
(900m) - South : large forest area - East : crops (1000m)


soil type:luvisol/stagnic luvisol (FAO classification)

plantation in 1970 (seeding); thinnings; heavy storms in 29th December
1999 and 24th January 2009
semi-natural; intensively managed:
Location
The lower part of the Percières plot (SW), ending towards the valley, is
limited by a former stonewall located on the edge of a formal ploughed
field. Large stones (0.4 to 1.5 m) were removed from the plot in
different periods and brought to this edge. Some blocs are still visible at
the surface of the plot. In the beginning of the 20th Century, a stone
wall split the field in its middle but it was demolished and levelled in the
1970's-1980's by INRA. During the same period, the lower part of the
plot was drained. We can assume that the Percières were originally
cultivated in several subplots. The name of the plot testifies that it was
formally cultivated (cereals). The crops have disappeared for at least 50
years but the fields could have been cultivated still in the beginning of
the 20th century.
The soil profile was done in the NE part of the plot on October 20th
2002 at about 70 m from the house. Some large stones are visible at
the surface of the plot at about 30 m from the soil profile. The soil
profile is located in the beginning of the slope under a plateau.
Therefore, this location could have received materials coming from a
natural erosion enhanced by human activities.
Conclusion
This soil is an andosoil with a loamy texture (due to allophanes). It is
isohumic on 30 cm depth with less OM below. The root mat (0-7 cm
depth) is probably more abundant in OM because the amount of roots
and the proportion of particular OM are probably bigger there. The soil
has a lumpy structure with a strong biological activity. Iron and soluble
semi-natural extensiveely managed

fine fraction of soil (<2mm) represent only 30% of the volume of the
soil for the two first layers. The Puechabon soil is very stony and this
information would not be neglected in the future analysis.




The groundwater level of the site has been lowered by drains excavated
in the late 1990s. In 2002, an ENSO year, large-scale peatland fires
occurred in Central Kalimantan between mid-August and late October
because of the ENSO drought. Although the forest didn’t burn, it was
shaded with a dense smoke-haze. Two other flux sites have been
operated since 2004 within 10 km; they are located in an undrained
peat swamp forest and drained cutover, which was burnt twice in 1997
and 2002, ENSO years.
Herbicides: Roundup Biactive (3.0L ha-1);Hussar / Foundation (200g &
1.25L ha-1);Grasp/Output (1.0L & 0.375 %) Pesticides: Sumi-Alpha
(165ml ha-1) Fungicides:Fortress Duo / Stereo @ 1.0L / 1.0L /
Ha.;Alegro Plus / Bravo @ 1.0L + 1.0L                 Area for 300 m
around the plot is cultivated with a mixture of winter cereals, sugar beet
and potatoes Wooded areas at estate margins are a mixture of beech,
oak and cedar.Area has been under cultivation for over 40 years with a
mixture of oil seed rape, cereals and sugar beet Previously the area had
been under pasture as part of an estate see map below circa
1900.Sugar factory located 5km southwest of the field




Continuous irrigated maize cropland with annual tillage. Area covered =
6 ha. The site has been cultivated as maize for the last 30 years. The
soil has a C4 signal
Continuous irrigated maize cropland with annual tillage. Area covered =
6 ha. The site has been cultivated as maize for the last 30 years. The
soil has a C4 signal. In 2007 the site has been converted to a alfalfa
forage crop.

The site is located in a typical rural area of alluvial plan south Milan,
close to Ticino River, where poplar and rice are the main crops. The site
is a rice paddy cultivation. Rice cv is Balilla (japonica rice short grain), a
traditional Italian variety, cultivated in the area (especially in Lomellina)
required from the Italian rice Industry.

Irregularly structured beech forest




woody crop
...soil analysis done in the two first horizons, (approximatively 0-20 cm
and 20-40 cm) , .... hight amount of CaCO3.... After the first 30-40 cm
of soil there are just white calcareous rocks. These soil are called "red
soil" and the geological basement are Calcareous rocks of the Mesozoic
period, with a certain abundance of Jurassic period. The pH is 6.38 in
the first horizon and 6.57 in the second one.
Exchange complex: 1° h 2° h Ca (meq 100 g-1) 19.5 20.11 Ca (ppm)
3910 4030 Ca (% bases) 71.22 74.12
Based on these results, the soil can be classified as Lithic Rhodoxeralfs
(USDA 1999), and if we follow the WRB (1999) we have an Epileptic
Chromic Luvisols...
Turkey oak (Quercus Cerris L.) coppice forest
Turkey oak (Quercus Cerris L.) coppice forest
L. Belelli Marchesini et al. (2008) Evaluation of the greenhouse-gas
reduction efficacy of a rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) biofuel crop and
impact of agronomic techniques. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol.
10, EGU2008-A-11269.
L. Belelli Marchesini et al. (2008) Evaluation of the greenhouse-gas
reduction efficacy of a rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) biofuel crop and
impact of agronomic techniques. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol.
10, EGU2008-A-11269.
grassland/wetland




Grassland (grazed) since 1955, dominated by C4-grasses; flat terrain;
Annual precipitation 2272 mm; Mean annual temperature 25.2°C;
Pronounced dry season from January to April; Measurement Duration:
March 21, 2007 - January 26, 2010

Native tree species afforestation (planted in 2001, species mixture);
forest clearing in 1953 followed by 2 years agricultural use; grazed
pasture until 2001; undulating terrain; Annual precipitation 2272 mm;
Mean annual temperature 25.2°C; Pronounced dry season from January
to April; Measurement Duration: February 5, 2007 - June 30, 2009
Site is an old (200 years) spruce forest with spruce (Picea abies, 86%)
and birch. PI affiliation: A.N. Severtsov Institute of Ecology and
Evolution Leninsky pr.33, Moscow, 119071, Russia tel: +7 926
2130320 fax: +7 495 9545534




Site description
The study was conducted in the center of Degerö Stormyr, (64°11’
23.565” N, 19°33’ 55.291 E), a mixed acid mire system covering 6.5
km2 situated in the Kulbäcksliden Experimental Forest near Vindeln in
the county of Västerbotten, Sweden. The mire, which consists of a
rather complex system of interconnected smaller mires, divided by islets
and ridges of glacial till, is situated on highland (270 m.a.s.l.) between
two major rivers, Umeälven and Vindelälven, approximately 70 km from
the Gulf of Bothnia. The depth of the peat is generally between 3-4 m,
but depths of as much as 8 m have been measured. The deepest peat
layers correspond to an age of ~8000 years. The part of the mire used
for the measurements is a poor fen dominated by lawn and carpet plant
communities.
The climate of the site is defined as cold temperate humid. Based on
data from the closest national reference climate station, Kulbäcksliden
(64º 12' N, 19º 34' E, altitude 200 m a s l) the 30 year mean (1961-
1990) annual precipitation is 523 mm and corresponding temperatures
are: mean annual temperature +1.2°C, mean July +14.7°C and mean
January -12.4°C. . The length of the growing season, defined as the

http://www.necc.nu/NECC/FluxSite/fluxsite.asp?country=Sweden&site=
Flakaliden          Mixed coniferous forest. Planted around 1960 with
dominating Norway spruce. SI 18. The site is located on a slope with
arelative small fetch of 350 m. Ground vegetation consists of mosses,
Vaccinium dwarf shrubs and local surface peat with sphagnum. Annual
mean temperature of 2.3 °C and mean annual precipitation of 600
mm.The measuring tower is located about 800 m from the Flakaliden
Research station.
Norunda is located Central Sweden. The ca 100 years old forest is a mix
of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) and Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.)
Karst.) with some elements of deciduous trees mainly downy birch
(Betula pubescens Ehrh.), silver birch (B. pendula Ehrh.) and common
alder (Alnus glutinosa (L.) Gaertn.). The soil is a sandy glacial till with a
high fraction of stones and boulders. Vaccinium myrtillus dominates the
field layer over most of the area with elements of grasses and ferns, in
some wetter depressions there are Spagnum mosses or no distinct
vegetation cover.




fence of approx 100m diameter around the equipment; grazed by <1
LSU (sheep) ha-1;few farm buildings to the S and E. The nearest conifer
plantation is ~2km to the SW


Intensively managed grassland, with cutting for silage and grazing by
dairy cattle and sheep. The Pentland hills rise to approx. 350m from
1km NorthEast of the site. A quiet B road forms the South boundary of
the field, where a hedge also grows along the fenceline. There is a
small deciduous woodland on the Southeast edge, and also on the
North side. To the West of the fields it is open, and adjacent to other
similar grazed grassland fields, from the site boundary to the A road at
the base of the Pentlands.
Central facility tower crop field




The Bartlett Experimental Forest (448170 N, 71830 W) is located within
the White Mountains National Forest in north-central New Hampshire,
USA. The 1050 ha forest extends across an elevational range from 200
to 900 m a.s.l. It was established in 1931 and is managed by the USDA
Forest Service Northeastern Research Station in Durham, NH. The
climate is humid continental with short, cool summers (mean July
temperature, 19.8C) and long, cold winters (mean January temperature,
9.8C). Annual precipitation averages 130 cm and is distributed evenly
throughout the year. Soils are developed from glacial till and are
predominantly shallow, well-drained spodosols. At lowto mid-elevation,
vegetation is dominated by northern hardwoods (American beech,
Fagus grandifolia; sugar maple, Acer saccharum; yellow birch, Betula
alleghaniensis; with some red maple, Acer rubrum and paper birch,
Betula papyrifera). Conifers (eastern hemlock, Tsuga canadensis;
eastern white pine, Pinus strobus; red spruce, Picea rubens) are
occasionally found intermixed with the more abundant deciduous
species but are generally confined to the highest (red spruce) and
lowest (hemlock and pine) elevations. In 2003, the site was adopted as




Trees were planted in 1990 at a density of ~1200 trees per hectare.
This plantation followed a clear-cut (and burning of slash) of an old
growth mixed coniferous forest. In spring 1998 about 58% of the
ground area was covered by trees (see species above), 24% by shrubs
(Arctostaphylos manzanita and Ceonothus cordulatus), and the
remaining 18% was grass, stumps and bare soil. Shrubs were removed
during spring 1999 (~day 152, June 1). They were manually cut at the
base of the trunk using hand tools and left on site to decompose. The
plantation was thinned in 2000 between May 11th (day 131) and June
15th (day 166). Thinning was accomplished with a masticator (CDF,
2002), consisting of a backhoe-type vehicle with an articulating arm. On
the end of the arm was a rotating blade that chopped woody vegetation
from the top down, turning woody material into mulch that was left on
the ground to decompose. Mastication is becoming a more
widespread method for precommercial thinning in the US, because the
trees that are cut are almost universally left on the site, and mastication
of the thinned trees is one way to reduce fire hazard (CDF, 2002).
Shrub removal during spring 1999 eliminated 0.8 m2 m-2 of LAI (one-
The 15-year site was located southeast of Delta Junction (63 550N, 145
230W). The Granite Creek fire occurred in 1987 and burned 2.0 104
ha [Chambers and Chapin, 2002]. The crown fire killed all of the
aboveground vegetation, which consisted primarily of black spruce. The
stem density of dead black spruce was 3200 ± 1329 ha 1 [Chambers
and Chapin, 2002]. Many of the dead black spruce trees that were killed
during the fire in 1987 remained standing in 2002, while others had
fallen over.               Many of the fallen trees were caught on the
branches and boles of those remaining standing, creating in places a
complex three-dimensional structure. In 2002, heterogeneous aspen
and willow species dominated the overstory (Populus tremuloides and
Salix spp.). Aspen had a mean canopy height of 5 m and a density of
3956 ± 370 tree ha 1 (M. C. Mack, unpublished data, 2004).

The Donnelly Flats fire occurred in June of 1999 just south of Delta
Junction (63 550N, 145 440W) and burned 7600 ha of black spruce
(Picea mariana) [Chambers and Chapin, 2002]. The crown fire killed all
of the aboveground vegetation and consumed much of the
aboveground biomass and soil organic mat, so the mineral soil was an
average of only 4 cm below the charred surface [Manies et al., 2004].
.... Burning caused a reduction of approximately 7 ± 7 cm of the
organic mat (profile and transect data that translated to about 1400 ±
600 g C m 2 [Manies et al., 2004; J. C. Neff et al., Fire effects on soil
organic matter content and composition in boreal soils, submitted to
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2004]). The boles of the black
spruce remained standing 3 years after the fire with a mean height of 4
m and a stand density of 2691 ± 778 dead trees per hectare (M. C.
Mack, unpublished data, 2004).
The Duke Forest grass field is approximately 480×305 m, dominated by
the C3 grass Festuca arundinacea Shreb. (tall fescue) includes minor
components of C3 herbs and the C4 grass Schizachyrium scoparium
(Michx.) Nash, not considered here. The site was burned in 1979 and is
mowed annually during the summer for hay according to local practices.
Lai, C.T. and G.G. Katul, 2000, "The dynamic role of root-water uptake
in coupling potential to actual transpiration" , Advances in Water
Resources, 23, 427-439; Novick , K.A., P. C. Stoy, G. G. Katul, D. S.
Ellsworth, M. B. S. Siqueira, J. Juang, R. Oren, 2004, Carbon dioxide
and water vapor exchange in a warm temperate grassland, Oecologia,
138, 259-274; Stoy PC, Katul GG, Siqueira MBS, Juang J-Y, McCarthy
HR, Oishi AC, Uebelherr JM, Kim H-S, Oren R (2006). Separating the
effects of climate and vegetation on evapotranspiration along a
successional chronosequence in the southeastern U.S. Global Change
Biology 12:2115-2135

This site is classified as an uneven-aged (80–100-year old) oak
(Quercus) – hickory (Carya) forest with L. styraciflua and Liriodendron
tulipifera L. also contributing to the canopy and a diverse understory.
The ecosystem has not been managed after establishment. Height
averaged 25m in 2006 with some emergent treetops reaching over 35
m, and the canopy has large and frequent gaps. Eddy covariance
instrumentation is at 39.8m on a 42m tall tower. There was an 11.9 ha
clearcut 200 m south of the measurement tower on private land
adjacent to the Duke Forest in November 2002
The site was established in 1983 following a clear cut and a burn. Pinus
taeda L. (loblolly pine) seedlings were planted at 2.4m by 2.4m spacing
and ecosystem development has not been managed after planting.
Canopy height increased from 16m in 2001 to 18m in 2004. The canopy
is comprised primarily of P. taeda with some emergent Liquidambar
styraciflua L. and a diverse and growing understory with 26 different
woody species of diameter breast height 42.5 cm. The flux tower lies
upwind of the CO2-enriched components of the free atmosphere carbon
enrichment (FACE) facility located in the same pine forest. EC
instrumentation is at 20.2m on a 22m tower.




Ponderosa pine forest subject to thinning in september 2006. Project
webpage http://www.for.nau.edu/cms/content/view/692/971

History: The Fort Peck, Montana station is located on the Fort Peck
Tribes Reservation, approximately fifteen miles north of Poplar,
Montana. The tower is located to the west of the SURFRAD
instrumentation and was installed in November of 1999.
Ponderosa pine forest not subject to disturbance in the last decades.
Project webpage http://www.for.nau.edu/cms/content/view/692/971.

Ponderosa pine forest subject to high severity stand replacing wild fire
in 1996. Project webpage
http://www.for.nau.edu/cms/content/view/692/971.



History: The Goodwin Creek SURFRAD and BSRN sites are about 200
feet (~65 meters) from the flux tower.




Closed conifer forest, minimal disturbance. References: Fernandez et al.
(1993), Canadian Journal of Soil Science 73 317-328. Hollinger et al.
(1999), Global Change Biology 5: 891-902. Savage KE, Davidson EA
(2001), Global Biogeochemical Cycles 15 337-350. Scott et al. (2004),
Environmental Management, Vol. 33, Supplement 1, pp. S9-S22.
Hollinger et al. (2004), Global Change Biology 10: 1689-1706.
Closed conifer forest, minimal disturbance. References: Fernandez et al.
(1993), Canadian Journal of Soil Science 73 317-328. Hollinger et al.
(1999), Global Change Biology 5: 891-902. Savage KE, Davidson EA
(2001), Global Biogeochemical Cycles 15 337-350. Scott et al. (2004),
Environmental Management, Vol. 33, Supplement 1, pp. S9-S22.
Hollinger et al. (2004), Global Change Biology 10: 1689-1706.
Closed conifer forest, minimal disturbance. References: Fernandez et al.
(1993), Canadian Journal of Soil Science 73 317-328. Hollinger et al.
(1999), Global Change Biology 5: 891-902. Savage KE, Davidson EA
(2001), Global Biogeochemical Cycles 15 337-350. Scott et al. (2004),
Environmental Management, Vol. 33, Supplement 1, pp. S9-S22.
Hollinger et al. (2004), Global Change Biology 10: 1689-1706.


Jastrow, J.D. 1996. Soil aggregate formation and the accrual of
particulate and mineral-associated organic matter. Soil Biology and
Biochemistry 28:665 676.
Shrub wetland site, chosen to be representative of the wetlands within
the WLEF tall tower flux footprint. This is a deciduous shrub wetland.
Coniferous and grassy stands also exist within the WLEF flux footprint.
Solar power. The site has excellent micrometeorological
characteristics.; Bruce Cook Thesis




An intermediate aged ponderosa pine forest that was severely burned in
the 2002 Eyerly wildfire. All trees were killed (stand replacing event).
Irvine et al (2007) GCB 13 (8), 1748–1760.
Mid-aged ponderosa pine forest, no management activity in last ~10 yrs.


This site is located on a Forest Service mensuration plot (various seed
sources) that was planted in 1987. Deer browsing is prevented by a
fence.
The site is located on land designated as a Research Natural Area
(RNA). The site is very open, with even-aged stands of old-growth
trees, young trees and mixed aged stands. The eddy-flux tower
footprint was classified as ~ 48% mixed aged, ~27% pure old growth
and ~25% young aged stands. The data in this workbook describes the
pure old growth component. A separate workbook describes the mixed
age component. Law et al (2001) Global Change Biology 7, 755-777;
Law et al (2001) Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 110, 27-43;
Anthoni et al (2002) Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 111, 203-222;
Irvine & Law (2002) Global Change biology 8,1183-1194, Irivne et al
(2004) Tree Physiology 24,753-763.

Previously old-growth ponderosa pine, clearcut in 1978 and allowed to
regenerate naturally. Law et al (2001) Global Change Biology 7, 755-
777; Law et al (2001) Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 110, 27-43;
Anthoni et al (2002) Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 111, 203-222;
Irvine & Law (2002) Global Change biology 8,1183-1194, Irivne et al
(2004) Tree Physiology 24,753-763.



39o 19' N, 86o 25' W, 275 m above sea level)

(1) Pallardy, et al., 1988: "Changes in forest composition in Central
Missouri: 1968-1982", American Midland Naturalist, Vol 120, No. 2, 380-
390. (2) Gu et al., 2006: "Direct and indirect effects of atmospheric
conditions and soil moisture on surface energy partitioning revealed by
a prolonged drought at a temperate forest site", Journal of Geophysical
Research, Vol. 111, D16102, doi:10.1029/2006JD007161.
The study site is one of three fields (all located within 1.6 km of each
other) at the University of Nebraska Agricultural Research and
Development Center near Mead, Nebraska. This site is irrigated with a
center pivot system. Prior to the initiation of the study, the irrigated site
had a 10-yr history of maize-soybean rotation under no-till. A tillage
operation (disking) was done just prior to the 2001 planting to
homogenize the top 0.1 m of soil, incorporate P and K fertilizers, as well
as previously accumulated surface residues. Since the tillage operation,
the site has been under no-till management until the harvest of 2005.
Following harvest, a conservation-plow tillage operation was initiated
where a small amount of N fertilizer is sprayed on the residue
immediately prior to the plow operation. Approximately 1/3 of the crop
residue is left on the surface. The post-harvest conservation-plow
operation continues as the current practice.

The study site is one of three fields (all located within 1.6 km of each
other) at the University of Nebraska Agricultural Research and
Development Center near Mead, Nebraska. This site is irrigated with a
center pivot system. Prior to the initiation of the study, the irrigated site
had a 10-yr history of maize-soybean rotation under no-till. A tillage
operation (disking) was done just prior to the 2001 planting to
homogenize the top 0.1 m of soil, incorporate P and K fertilizers, as well
as previously accumulated surface residues. Since this tillage operation,
the site has been under no-till management.
The study site is one of three fields (all located within 1.6 km of each
other) at the University of Nebraska Agricultural Research and
Development Center near Mead, Nebraska. While the other two sites are
equipped with irrigation systems, this site relies on rainfall. A tillage
operation (disking) was done just prior to the 2001 planting to
homogenize the top 0.1 m of soil, incorporate P and K fertilizers, as well
as previously accumulated surface residues. Since initiation of the study
in 2001, this site has been under no-till management.




The Niwot Ridge AmeriFlux site is located in a subalpine forest
ecosystem just below the Continental Divide near Nederland, CO. The
site is located at 3050 m elevation, within 600m of the NOAA C1 long-
term monitoring station, approximately 8 km east of the Continental
Divide. The surrounding subalpine forest is ~97 years old and in a state
of aggradation, having recovered from early twentieth century logging
(Monson, et al. Global Change Biology (2002), 8 459-478).
The flux footprint encompasses a highly heterogeneous landscape of
upland forests and wetlands (forested and nonforested). The forests
are mainly deciduous but also include substantial coniferous coverage.
The upland/lowland variability occurs on spatial scales of a few hundred
meters. This heterogeneous landscape is further complicated by a
nonuniform, small scale mosaic of thinning and clearcutting of the
forest. At larger scales (1 km or greater) the forest cover mosaic is
quite homogeneous for many kilometers. The site was chosen not for
study of a simple stand, but for upscaling experiments. The daytime
fetch of flux measurements from the 396m level is on the order of 5-10
km, yielding a flux footprint roughly 100x the area of a typical stand-
level flux tower. AC power (tower is a TV transmitter).
Native tall grass prairie. A prairie management prescribed burn was
conducted in the spring of 1997, but not in 1996. The site was not
grazed from early August 1996-September 1997. almost all plants are
warm season C4 species, grasslands, temperate continental climate




Harvesting method: 5 or 10 square plots of 900 cm²




The ACMF site is a 67 hectare naturally regenerated Pinus palustris and
Pinus elliottii mixed stand.
Even aged slash pine (Pinus elliottii) plantation. Planted in Jan. 1999.

Slash pine planted end of 1989 early 1990. Gholz and Clark, 2002.
Agric. Forest Meteo. 112, 87 - 102; Ckark et al., 2004. Ecological
Applications, 14, 1154 - 1171.



Desert Grassland encroached by mesquite trees, Scott, R.L., Jenerette,
G.D., Potts, D.L., and Huxman, T.E. Seasonal drought leads to increased
net carbon dioxide losses in a woody-plant-encroached semiarid
grassland. Global Change Biology, in review.

Old growth forest consisting primarily of sugar maple and eastern
hemlock. Note that a small lake to the north and data analyses suggest
that wind direction screening is appropriate (see Desai, A.R., Bolstad,
P.V., Cook, B.D., Davis, K.J., and Carey, E.V., 2005. Comparing net
ecosystem exchange of carbon dioxide between an old-growth and
mature forest in the upper midwest, USA. Ag. For. Met. 128(1-2): 33-55
(doi: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2004). Site was chosen to represent an end
member representative of the upland forests in the WLEF tall tower flux
footprint. (Note, however, that old growth forests are not found within
the WLEF tall tower flux footprint.)
Xu, L. and Baldocchi, D., 2003. Seasonal trends in photosynthetic
parameters and stomatal conductance of blue oak (Quercus douglasii)
under prolaonged summer drought and high temperature. Tree
Physiology, 23: 865-877.
Schmid et al. 2003, JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL. 108,
NO. D14, 4417, doi:10.1029/2002JD003011
Xu, L. and Baldocchi, D.D., 2004. Seasonal variation in carbon dioxide
exchange over a Mediterranean annual grassland in California.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 123(1-2): 79-96.




The stand is over 50 years old, having regenerated from agricultural
land.This site is located near Oak Ridge, Tennessee near the Walker
Branch Watershed.
Upland decduous broadleaf forest. Mainly sugar maple, also basswood.
Uniform stand atop a very modest hill. Clearcut approximately 80 years
ago. Chosen to be representative of the upland deciduous broadleaf
forests within the WLEF tall tower flux footprint. It appears to be more
heavily forested and more productive than most of the upland
deciduous broadleaf forests in the WLEF flux footprint (see publications
for more details). It is also important that SE winds are screened from
the flux data (see Cook et al, 2004 for details). Propane generator
power.
0-20 cm depth:
10% clay, 30% silt, 60% sand
20-40 cm depth
9% clay, 31% silt, 60% sand
40-60 cm depth:
8% clay, 32% silt, 60% sand
60-80 cm depth:
6% clay, 29% silt, 65% sand
80-100 cm depth:
3% clay, 27% silt, 70% sand
100-150 cm depth:
1% clay, 14% silt, 85% sand
Mean annual temperature (°C) 25.1 Total annual precipitation (mm)
2,763 Mean wind direction SE Mean hours of sunshine per year 1,642
Number of snow days per year 0

 STAND CLIMATE Begin year Number 1983 End year Number 2005
Temperature 25.13 Mean annual temperature in °C
Precipitation 2763 Total annual precipitation in mm
Evaporation 952 Total annual evaporation in mm

Reference Text Roupsard O. et al., 2006. Partitioning energy and evapo-
transpiration above and below a tropical palm canopy. Agricultural and
Forest Meteorology, 139(3-4): 252-268.
Roupsard O., Dauzat J., Nouvellon Y. et al. 2006. Calibrating a simple
Sun-shade model of light absorption by a palm canopy (Cocos nucifera
L.). In prep for AFM.

				
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