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These deployments use a few different ground-based sensor systems, installed at different heights monitoring the conditions in tropical dry forests over long periods of time. ... The Enviro-Net Project encompasses several of such sensor system deployments across five countries in the Americas. ... Acknowledgements The Enviro-Net Project is funded by the Canadian Foundation for Innovation and the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) CRN II # 021 which is supported by the National ...doi:10.3390/s110606454 pmid:22163965 pmcid:PMC3231459 fatcat:lrpmvslecff57cpu4hw6sxubha
Collection of data in Alberta and Costa Rica was done by the support of Saulo Castro and Iain Sharp. ... We also thank Ronny Hernandez, Roger Blanco and Maria Marta Chavarria from the Guanacaste Conservation Area, Costa Rica as well as Jim Witt from Daishowa-Marubeni International Ltd. ... Data was uploaded to "Enviro-Net" (http://www.enviro-net.org/), a web platform for sensor data management, near real-time visualization and analysis (Pastorello et al., 2011) . ...doi:10.1016/j.jag.2020.102061 fatcat:6g3wfkor3jbm5bd3bkh4kndoia
We are grateful for much assistance from Peruvian institutions, including the management team of Huascaran National Park, and the Museo de Historia Natural in Lima. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Support for this project was received from the Dynamics of Coupled Human-Natural Systems program (Award #1010381) and the Geography and Spatial Sciences program (Award #1333141) of the ... Processing data flux in real time, through platforms of such as Enviro-Net, could revolutionize our comprehension of responses of tropical systems to global environmental changes (www.tropi-dry.eas.ualberta.ca ...doi:10.1007/978-3-662-49902-3_10 fatcat:qfzdpaoigvechdybhvmkfq4knu
The objective of this study is to describe a completely new 10-day gross primary production (GPP) product (MGPP LSA-411) based on data from the geostationary SEVIRI/MSG satellite within the LSA SAF (Land ... A parameterization of this factor is proposed as the product of a ε max , corresponding to the canopy functioning under optimal conditions, and a coefficient quantifying the reduction of photosynthesis ... The GDMP data at 1 km were geo-located to the native SEVIRI system by a similar process as for the MODIS data. ...doi:10.1016/j.isprsjprs.2019.11.010 fatcat:rrh7vysmrbel5aemabemlm5chu
approaches paired with emerging wireless sensor network (WSN) technologies in order to evaluate changing forest seasonality and succession patterns, specifically in the semi-arid tropics and sub-tropics ... Chapter three describes local meteorological drivers of leaf phenology in detail for a iii Brazilian TDF in the state of Minas Gerais, and further explores how sub-canopy climate moderation effects are ... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This chapter was submitted to the scientific journal Remote Sensing of Environment (IF 6.39 2014) in July 2015 and is under peer review at the time of this thesis completion. ...doi:10.7939/r32z12v30 fatcat:7nsnwictz5e4hlh5ardzzmbrme
I also provide an innovative approach to assess a key component of an ES (primary productivity) for different successional stages in a TDF. ... This study provides a methodology for the estimation of the LAI using the light diffusion through the canopy in two successional stages of a TDF. ... Both of these towers were deployed and managed under the standards of the Enviro-Net Project (http://www.enviro-net.org), which addresses a variety of issues related to in-situ (or ground-based) monitoring ...doi:10.7939/r31v5bq7m fatcat:itueg45x7vehvcx7kchfcow7zq