Data

I am convinced that data should be accessible to all researchers not only to increase the scientific rigour, but also to facilitate much needed synthesis activities that allow us to increase our confidence in generalized patterns when deciphering common trends from various individual studies. The data from my current and previous projects is available under the following links:

Flux tower data

Cumberland Plain:

Eddy covariance data from the permanent Cumberland Plain tower (CumberlandPlain OzFlux tower site) is available at the OzFlux data portal and the FLUXNET2015 data base.

Eddy covariance data from the melaleuca-dominated stand of the Cumberland Plain
woodland (CumberlandPlain Melaleuca) is available here.

The Cumberland Plain site is also part of the SuperSites network within TERN Ecosystem Processes, and many ancillary data (such as inventory, phenocam and acoustic data) is available from the TERN data portal.

Wombat State Forest:

Eddy covariance data from the Wombat State Forest site is available at the OzFlux data portal and the FLUXNET2015 data base.

The Wombat State Forest site is also part of the SuperSites network within TERN Ecosystem Processes, and many ancillary data (such as inventory, phenocam and acoustic data) is available from the TERN data portal.

Sap flow data

Multiple years of sapflow data from Eucalyptus obliqua and E. rubida has been contributed under AUS-WOM to the Sapfluxnet data base, and the data will become available to the general public after the mandatory one-year embargo expires.

Dendrometer data

Multiple years of micro-dendrometer data from Eucalyptus obliqua and E. rubida has been contributed under AU-Wombat to the DendroGlobal data base, and the data will become available to the general public after the mandatory embargo expires.

Data associated with journal articles

Check out my personal GitHub: https://github.com/AnneGriebel for data associated with more recent journal articles.