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US-HVs: Happy Valley Wet Sedge Tundra

Tower_team:
PI: Akira Miyata amiyat@affrc.go.jp - National Agriculture and Food Research Organization
PI: Yoshinobu Harazono harazono2009gl@gmail.com - Osaka Prefecture University
AncContact: Masahito Ueyama miyabi-flux@muh.biglobe.ne.jp - Osaka Prefecture University
Lat, Long: 69.1672, -148.85694
Elevation(m): 320
Network Affiliations: AmeriFlux
Vegetation IGBP: WET (Permanent Wetlands: Lands with a permanent mixture of water and herbaceous or woody vegetation that cover extensive areas. The vegetation can be present in either salt, brackish, or fresh water)
Climate Koeppen: ET (Tundra)
Mean Annual Temp (°C): -10.29
Mean Annual Precip. (mm): 217
Flux Species Measured: CO2, H, H2O, CH4
Years Data Collected: AmeriFlux: 1995 - 1995
Description: This tower is located at Happy Valley.
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Research Topics: Energy & greenhouse gas fluxes between tundra ecosystem and the atmosphere.
Acknowledgment: National Science Foundation, Arctic Systems Science, Land-Atmosphere-Ice-Interactions Program (OPP-9216109).
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Harazono Y, Yoshimoto M, Mano M Vourlitis V, Oechel W 1998. Characteristics of energy and water budgets over wet sedge and tussock tundra ecosystems at North Slope in Alaska, Hydrological Processes, 12, 2163-2183.

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1998 Harazono Y, Yoshimoto M, Mano M Vourlitis V, Oechel W (1998) Characteristics of energy and water budgets over wet sedge and tussock tundra ecosystems at North Slope in Alaska, Hydrological Processes, 12, 2163-2183.
2006 Harazono Y, Mano M, Miyata A, Yoshimoto M, Zulueta RC, Vourlitis V, Kwon H, Oechel W (2006) Temporal and spatial differences of methane flux at arctic tundra in Alaska, emoirs of National Institute of Polar Research. Special issue, 59, 79-95.

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