Flux measurements from the SRS-6 Tower, Shark River Slough, Everglades National Park (FCE), South Florida from October 2006 to 2014

Jordan Barr, Jose Fuentes, Vic Engel & Joseph Zieman
Above canopy measurements of carbon dioxide fluxes and sensible and latent heating were obtained with an open path eddy covariance system positioned on the tower at 26-m. Additionally, measurements of solar irradiance, wind speed, air temperature and humidity were made every half hour.
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