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United States: California: San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh, Tower 1

Latitude: 33.662312
Longitude: -117.85141

San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh, Tower 1
San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh, Tower 1; distant from easterly oceanic breeze
Locations of the San Joaquin eddy covariance towers
Locations of the San Joaquin eddy covariance towers

  • Network: AmeriFlux
  • Principal investigators: Mike Goulden
  • PI-affiliated institution: University of California, Irvine
  • Primary IGBP ecosystem type: Permanent wetlands
  • Dominant plant functional type: Marsh grass
  • Recent and historic disturbance and management events that may affect this site:
    • Undisturbed: No disturbance or management has occurred on the site
  • Flux data collection:
    • Start date: April 1998
    • End date: Ongoing
  • Flux methods:
    • Eddy Covariance
  • Optical data collection:
    • Start date: April 2003
    • End date: Unknown
  • Data collection period: Continuous operation: Variable collected continuously with the reported method.
  • Data scale: Stand
  • Collection methods: Tram, Tower
  • Types of data collected: Fluxes, canopy reflectance
  • Publications:
    • Rocha, Adrian V., and Michael L. Goulden. "Large interannual CO2 and energy exchange variability in a freshwater marsh under consistent environmental conditions." Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences (2005–2012) 113, no. G4 (2008).
    • Rocha, Adrian V., and Michael L. Goulden. "Why is marsh productivity so high? New insights from eddy covariance and biomass measurements in a Typha marsh." agricultural and forest meteorology 149, no. 1 (2009): 159-168.
    • Ojanguren, Clara Tinoco, and Michael L. Goulden. "Photosynthetic acclimation within individual Typha latifolia leaf segments." Aquatic Botany 111 (2013): 54-61.

External homepage: https://ameriflux.lbl.gov/sites/siteinfo/US-SJ1

External homepage: https://www.ess.uci.edu/~marsh/