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10.18160/P9Y3-Z0PN (target, metadata)
11676/FlTuS5zeSrPYwLKwn90O1pKB (link)
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Content

ICOS Ecosystem Thematic Centre & Oensingen Crop. (2019). Drought-2018 ecosystem eddy covariance flux product from Oensingen crop (1.0) [Data set]. ICOS Carbon Portal. https://doi.org/10.18160/P9Y3-Z0PN
BibTex
@misc{https://doi.org/10.18160/p9y3-z0pn,
  doi = {10.18160/P9Y3-Z0PN},
  url = {https://meta.icos-cp.eu/objects/FlTuS5zeSrPYwLKwn90O1pKB},
  author = {{ICOS Ecosystem Thematic Centre} and {Oensingen Crop}},
  keywords = {Biogeochemical cycles, processes, and modeling, Troposphere: composition and chemistry},
  title = {Drought-2018 ecosystem eddy covariance flux product from Oensingen crop},
  publisher = {ICOS Carbon Portal},
  year = {2019},
  copyright = {CC4.0BY}
}
RIS
TY  - DATA
T1  - Drought-2018 ecosystem eddy covariance flux product from Oensingen crop
AU  - ICOS Ecosystem Thematic Centre
AU  - Oensingen Crop
DO  - 10.18160/P9Y3-Z0PN
UR  - https://meta.icos-cp.eu/objects/FlTuS5zeSrPYwLKwn90O1pKB
AB  - Public release of the observational data product for eddy covariance fluxes at Oensingen crop, covering the period 2004-2018
KW  - Biogeochemical cycles, processes, and modeling
KW  - Troposphere: composition and chemistry
PY  - 2019
PB  - ICOS Carbon Portal
ER  -
FLX_CH-Oe2_FLUXNET2015_FULLSET_2004-2018_beta-3.zip
141846197
Drought 2018 Archive Product for Ecosystem Measurements. Fluxes and Meteo measurements processed with the standard FLUXNET procedure used for the FLUXNET2015 collection (ONEFlux suite)
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FlTuS5zeSrPYwLKwn90O1pKB9NPVQrA1FlKcjJGp7Ew
Drought 2018, carbon flux, meteo, pre-ICOS

Acquisition

2004-01-01 00:00:00
2019-01-01 00:00:00

Production

2019-06-15 07:35:22
Funding from the EU projects CARBOEUROFLUX, CARBOEUROPE-IP and GREENHOUSEGAS-EUROPE, from various SNF projects, the ETH Board and by ETH Zurich is greatly acknowledged See also: Emmel C, Winkler A, Hörtnagl L, Revill A, Ammann C, D’Odorico P, Buchmann N, Eugster W (2018) Integrated management of a Swiss cropland is not sufficient to preserve its soil carbon pool in the long-term. Biogeosciences 15: 5377-5393

Submission

2019-08-20 12:55:34
2019-08-20 12:55:41

Spatial coverage

Lat: 47.28631, Lon: 7.73433, Alt: 452.0 m