CO2 flux data and meteorological data from UCC Flux Sites

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4 years of meteorological and CO2 flux measurements taken at a grassland site near Donoughmore Co. Cork. Flux data were measured and averaged over 30 minute intervals using the eddy covariance technique. The QA/QC procedures of CarboEurope-IP were applied. Meteorological data: radiation incoming & outgoing longwave & shortwave; photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), 3D wind speed, air temperature, relative humidity, soil moisture, soil temperature, soil heat flux, CO2 fluxes, latent and sensible heat fluxes, atmospheric pressure. Flux data have NOT been gap filled.

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Prof Gerard Keily
University College Cork
Associate Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering.
Department of Civil Engineering, Cork City, UCC University, Cork City County Cork, Ireland
Telephone: 021 12394857
e-mail: gerkeily@ucc.ie

Dr. Paul Leahy,
Centre for Hydrology,Micrometeorology and Climate Change
Research Scientist
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University College Cork, UCC, Cork City, Ireland
Telephone: +353 21 4903816
e-mail: paul.leahy@ucc.ie

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Author(s)Keily, G. Leahy,, P.
Title Of WebsiteSecure Archive For Environmental Research Data
Publication InformationCO2 flux data and meteorological data from UCC Flux Sites
Name of OrganisationEnvironmental Protection Agency Ireland
Electronic Address or URL http://erc.epa.ie/safer/resource?id=92a20147-52bd-102b-950d-28616e04c7da
Unique Identifier92a20147-52bd-102b-950d-28616e04c7da
Date of AccessLast Updated on SAFER: 2017-07-23

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SAFER-Data Display URL http://erc.epa.ie/safer/iso19115/display?isoID=62
Resource KeywordsGreenhouse gas fluxes, land atmosphere interactions, hydrometeorology, Dripsey
EPA/ERTDI/STRIVE Project CodeCELTICFLUX (ERTDI)
EPA/ERTDI/STRIVE Project ThemeClimate Change
Resource Availability: Any User Can Download Files From This Resource
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Number of Attached Files (Publicly and Openly Available for Download): 5
Project Start Date Monday 1st April 2002 (01-04-2002)
Earliest Recorded Date within any attached datasets or digital objects Wednesday 1st January 2003 (01-01-2003)
Most Recent Recorded Date within any attached datasets or digital objects Monday 31st December 2007 (31-12-2007)
Published on SAFERThursday 3rd April 2008 (03-04-2008)
Date of Last EditSaturday 8th August 2009 at 10:52:10 (08-08-2009)
Datasets or Files Updated On Saturday 8th August 2009 at 10:52:10 (08-08-2009)

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Description of Geographical Characteristics of This Project or Dataset
1. Situated near Stuake Co. Cork on privately owned mixed farmland (grassland for dairy/beef grazing and silage, afforested grassland, winter cereals). Travel W from Cork City along Carrigrohane Rd, take R before Ballincollig for Kanturk. Take Kanturk direction after 300 m, continue for c. 20 km. Take R at Crean's Crossroads, near Stuake. Continue for c. 2 km. Entrance to site is via boreen on L. Permission should be obtained from local landowners before attempting to access site. 2. Pristine blanket bog at Ballaghsheen pass, Co. Kerry (near Glencar Lake). Permission should be sought from National Parks and Wildlife Service before attempting to access site. 3. Mixed grazing/silage grassland at Johnstown Castle Estate, Co. Wexford. Permission should be obtained from Teagasc before entering site. 1. area of c. 20 ha located near Donoughmore co. Cork 08 45' 06.5'' W, 51 59' 12.1 N. 2. area of c. 50 ha located near Glencar Co. Kerry. 3. Area of c. 10 ha located at Johnstown Castle Estate, Co. Wexford.

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Data QA/QC from CARBOEUROPE-IP, http://www.carboeurope.org/
Supplementary Information
Additional support from CARBOEUROPE-IP, IRCSET.

Publications include Kenneth A. Byrne, Ger Kiely and Paul Leahy (2007). Carbon sequestration determined using farm scale carbon balance and eddy covariance. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 121: 357?364;

Delphine Lawton, Paul Leahy, Ger Kiely, Kenneth A. Byrne and Pierluigi Calanca (2006). Modeling of net ecosystem exchange and its components for humid grassland ecosystem;

Vesna Jaksic, Gerard Kiely, John Albertson, Ram Oren, Gabriel Katul, Paul Leahy, Kenneth A. Byrne (2006). Net ecosystem exchange of grassland in contrasting wet and dry years. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 139 (2006) 323-334.;

V. Voronovich, G. Kiely (2006). On the gap in spectra of surface-layer atmospheric turbulence. Boundary-Layer Meteorology doi:10.1007/s10546-006-9108-y.
Links To Other Related Resources
  http://www.carboeurope.org/ (Opens in a new window)
  http://celticflux.ucc.ie/ (Opens in a new window)
  http://www.hydromet.org/ (Opens in a new window)

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