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#456 fixed EU09/06, flight day 242/2012, Porsmork tipo knpa
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Data location: /users/rsg/arsf/arsf_data/2012/flight_data/greenland_iceland/EU09_06-2012_242_Porsmork

Data arrived from ARSF via SATA disk on 24/09/2012

EU09/06 Scientific objective:

EU09/06 Priority: a4m

PI: David Graham

Sensors:

Camera (20/12/12) Eagle (20/12/12) Hawk (20/12/12) LiDAR (20/12/12)

#345 fixed EU10/01, 178/2010, Tharandt knpa jb362
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Data Location: /users/rsg/airborne/workspace/EU10_01-2010_178_Tharandt

This project has not been fastcopied into the repository.

Data arrived from ARSF via network transfer on 05/07/2010.

Scientific objective: 1.Key impact factors on CO2 and H2O fluxes 1.1 examine the influence of within-site elevation changes using flux tower observations, airborne LiDAR data, and ecosystem models data (Loobos) 1.2 develop an approach to allocate CO2 and H2O fluxes to specific tree species of a mixed forest (Norunda) 1.3 assess the influence of forest thinning on CO2 uptake (Norunda) 1.4 evaluate above findings and test transferability of findings (Tharandt) 1.5 investigate the impact of storm damage (Tharandt)

  1. Reducing uncertainty in the upscaling of greenhouse gases

2.1. develop an approach to evaluate airborne flux measurements using flux tower data, footprint model and airborne LiDAR data (Loobos) 2.2 use airborne LiDAR data to validate GLAS/ICESat for different forest biomes, where accurate tree height and vegetation cover density will be co-located with GLAS footprints 2.3 evaluate the ability of GLAS spatial sampling density to represent the wider field site 2.4 develop an approach to model CO2 and H2O fluxes on a regional scale using GLAS/ICESat data and generate key driving parameters for land-surface models 2.5 evaluate whether regional CO2/H2O flux models driven by satellite optical data can be improved by the addition of tree height information from satellite LiDAR

Priority: a5

PI: N. Klujn Sensors: ¶

  • Eagle (26/08/2010)
  • Hawk (21/12/2010)
  • Leica LIDAR (26/08/2010)
  • Photography (27/07/2010)
#358 fixed EU10/03 & EUFAR10/01 (AIMWETLAB), flight day 229b/2010, Kis Balaton knpa iopa
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Data location: ~arsf/workspace/EU10_03-2010_229b_Kis_Balaton

Data arrived from ARSF via SATA disk Q on 15/09/2010.

Scientific objective: Lake Balaton provides an ideal area for testing emerging algorithms on retrieval of in-water constituents and on mapping bloom-forming cyanobacteria using in-situ radiometric, airborne and satellite data.

Priority: a5 - the data set as a whole is listed as a5 due to it being part of EU10/03, however the PI of EU10/03 has lowered the LiDAR priority to a4m, and therefore LiDAR stands with a priority of a4h due to being part of EUFAR10/01.

PI: A. Tyler (EU10/03) & A. Zlinszky (EUFAR10/01)

When data is processed it should be dispatched to both PIs individually for their respective projects.

Sensors:

  • Eagle (20/10/2010 & 28/10/2010)
  • Hawk (28/01/2011)
  • Leica LIDAR (28/03/2011 & 19/04/2011)
  • Digital Photography (20/10/2010 & 28/10/2010)
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