General Site Information
Site ID:BR-Sa3
Site Name:Santarem-Km83-Logged Forest
Tower Team: PI: Mike Goulden <mgoulden@uci.edu> - University of California - Irvine
Latitude:-3.0180
Longitude:-54.9714
Elevation (m):100
NetworkAmeriFlux
IGBP:EBF (Evergreen Broadleaf Forests)
Climate Koeppen:Am (Tropical monsoon)
Mean Annual Temperature (degrees C):26.12
Mean Annual Precipitation (mm):2044
Data Products: AmeriFlux BASE Dataset
FLUXNET2015 Dataset
FLUXNET LaThuile Dataset
Data Availability: AmeriFlux BASE:   5 years (Duration: 2000 - 2004)
FLUXNET2015:   5 years (Duration: 2000 - 2004)
FLUXNET LaThuile:   4 years (Duration: 2000 - 2003)
Data Downloads to Date: AmeriFlux BASE:   164 unique downloads
FLUXNET2015:   530 unique downloads
FLUXNET LaThuile:   241 unique downloads
Data DOIs: AmeriFlux BASE DOI: 10.17190/AMF/1245995
Description:Cleared forest. Logged site is near km 83 along BR-183.
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Publications relevant to understanding the site
BibliographyUsage
B. Kruijt; J. A. Elbers; C. von Randow; A. C. Araujo; P. J. Oliveira; A. Culf; A. O. Manzi; A. D. Nobre; P. Kabat; E. J. Moors. 2004. The robustness of eddy correlation fluxes for Amazon rain forest conditionsEcological Applications. 14:4, S101-S113. Reference
B. Wick; E. Veldkamp; W. Z. de Mello; M. Keller; P. Crill. 2005. Nitrous oxide fluxes and nitrogen cycling along a pasture chronosequence in Central Amazonia, BrazilBiogeosciences. 2:2, 175-187. Reference
DIEL AND SEASONAL PATTERNS OF TROPICAL FOREST CO2 EXCHANGE, Michael L. Goulden, Scott D. Miller, Humberto R. Da Rocha, Mary C. Menton, Helber C. De Freitas, Adelaine Michela E Silva Figueira, and Cleilim Albert Dias De Sousa, ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS 14 (4) pages S42-S54 Reference
G. L. Vourlitis; N. Priante; M. M. S. Hayashi; J. D. Nogueira; F. Raiter; W. Hoegel; J. H. Campelo. 2004. Effects of meteorological variations on the CO2 exchange of a Brazilian transitional tropical forestEcological Applications. 14:4, S89-S100. Reference
G. P. Asner; M. Keller; R. Pereira; J. C. Zweede; J. N. M. Silva. 2004. Canopy damage and recovery after selective logging in Amazonia: Field and satellite studiesEcological Applications. 14:4, S280-S298. Reference
J. Q. Chambers; E. S. Tribuzy; L. C. Toledo; B. F. Crispim; N. Higuchi; J. dos Santos; A. C. Araujo; B. Kruijt; A. D. Nobre; S. E. Trumbore. 2004. Respiration from a tropical forest ecosystem: Partitioning of sources and low carbon use efficiencyEcological Applications. 14:4, S72-S88. Reference
M. K. Steininger. 2004. Net carbon fluxes from forest clearance and regrowth in the AmazonEcological Applications. 14:4, S313-S322. Reference
M. Keller; A. Alencar; G. P. Asner; B. Braswell; M. Bustamante; E. Davidson; T. Feldpausch; E. Fernandes; M. Goulden; P. Kabat; B. Kruijt; F. Luizao; S. Miller; D. Markewitz; A. D. Nobre; C. A. Nobre; N. Priante; H. da Rocha; P. S. Dias; C. von Randow; G. L. Vourlitis. 2004. Ecological research in the large-scale biosphere-atmosphere experiment in Amazonia: Early resultsEcological Applications. 14:4, S3-S16. Reference
M. L. Goulden; S. D. Miller; H. R. da Rocha. 2006. Nocturnal cold air drainage and pooling in a tropical forestJournal og Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 111:D8, 1-14. Reference
Miller SD, Goulden ML, Menton MC, et al. Biometric and micrometeorological measurements of tropical forest carbon balance ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS 14 (4): S114-S126 Suppl. S AUG 2004 Bruno et al 2006: Soil moisture dynamics in an eastern Amazonian tropical forest Hydrol. Process. 20, 2477–2489 (2006) Reference
P. J. Riggan; R. G. Tissell; R. N. Lockwood; J. A. Brass; J. A. R. Pereira; H. S. Miranda; A. C. Miranda; T. Campos; R. Higgins. 2004. Remote measurement of energy and carbon flux from wildfires in BrazilEcological Applications. 14:3, 855-872. Reference
S. R. Saleska; S. D. Miller; D. M. Matross; M. L. Goulden; S. C. Wofsy; H. R. da Rocha; P. B. de Camargo; P. Crill; B. C. Daube; H. C. de Freitas; L. Hutyra; M. Keller; V. Kirchhoff; M. Menton; J. W. Munger; E. H. Pyle; A. H. Rice; H. Silva. 2003. Carbon in Amazon forests: Unexpected seasonal fluxes and disturbance-induced lossesScience. 302:5650, 1554-1557. Reference
SEASONALITY OF WATER AND HEAT FLUXES OVER A TROPICAL FOREST IN EASTERN AMAZONIA, Humberto R. Da Rocha, Michael L. Goulden, Scott D. Miller, Mary C. Menton, Leandro D. V. O. Pinto, Helber C. De Freitas, and Adelaine M. E Silva Figueira, ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS 14 (4) pages S22-S32. Reference
T. R. Baker; O. L. Phillips; Y. Malhi; S. Almeida; L. Arroyo; A. Di Fiore; T. Erwin; T. J. Killeen; S. G. Laurance; W. F. Laurance; S. L. Lewis; J. Lloyd; A. Monteagudo; D. A. Neill; S. Patino; N. C. A. Pitman; J. N. M. Silva; R. V. Martinez. 2004. Variation in wood density determines spatial patterns in Amazonian forest biomassGlobal Change Biology. 10:5, 545-562. Reference

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