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FLUXNET Canada Research Network - Canadian Carbon Program Data Collection, 1993-2014

FLUXNET Canada is a Fluxnet research network comprised of the Fluxnet-Canada Research Network (FCRN) and the Canadian Carbon Program (CCP) operating from 1993 through 2014. It was a national research network of university and government scientists studying the influence of climate and disturbance on carbon cycling along an east-west transect of Canadian forest and peat land ecosystems. The data provided are measured and modeled results as obtained from the site investigators. They were not standardized and quality-controlled. Data include: atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) and water vapor fluxes and many ancillary meteorological variables; soil CO2 efflux and soil moisture; stable carbon isotopes; site soil and vegetation characteristics, plus documentation and descriptions for the 32 tower sites across 12 flux research stations. The time period is from 1993 - 2014; most reported data for a site does not cover the entire period.

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