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DATE Many groups require DATE to describe the time period that the metadata or ancillary data represents. Dates should be entered at the precision known and most suitable to the… More
Many BADM groups have a required and several optional STATISTIC variables. Specific examples of their use are given after an overview the variables basics. STATISTIC Basics BADM typically describe site-level… More
Many BADM subgroups and groups have SPP and VEGTYPE variables, like DBH_SPP and DBH_VEGTYPE. Do not enter values for SPP and VEGTYPE variables together for the same observation, i.e., in… More
Canopy height is important ancillary data that facilitates interpretation of flux observations. BADM supports overstory and understory canopy heights for sites, like forests, that have distinct vegetation canopies. Sites without… More
Many groups have several DATE Variables that can be used to describe the time period that the metadata or ancillary data represents. Dates should be entered at the precision known… More