Air temperature and photosynthetically active photon flux density data from the Abisko Scientific Research center [dataset]

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2014-12

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Air temperature and photosynthetically active photon flux density data from the Abisko Scientific Research center courtesy of Annika Kristofferson. The Stoy Lab adheres to an open data policy. Data collected by the Stoy Lab are free to anyone to use with two caveats: 1. Coauthorship may be requested if intellectual input is provided. Intellectual input is defined in this case as an analysis that is critical to outcomes that could not otherwise be performed. 2. Graduate students operate the towers and analyze the data. They must be given the opportunity to be coauthors on your work. Please email paul dot stoy at gmail dot com with any questions. Further information is available from the Biosphere-Atmosphere Interactions Lab website https://sites.google.com/site/stoylab/home

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Abisko, Information content, Information theory, Leaf area index, Net ecosystem exchange, Normalized difference vegetation index, Skew-normal distribution, Tundra, Upscaling, Wavelet decomposition, Kullback–Liebler divergence, Shannon entropy, Spatial averaging, Triangulated irregular network

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Stoy P (2014) Air temperature and photosynthetically active photon flux density data from the Abisko Scientific Research center [dataset]. Montana State University ScholarWorks. http://scholarworks.montana.edu/handle/1/9011
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