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Meteorological data from the Cumberland Plain Eddy Flux tower facility at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, Western Sydney University, during April 2013.

Western Sydney University
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This data is a single file collection (in TOA5 format) that bundles together a large variety of meteorological variables being streamed from the Cumberland Plains Eddy Flux facility. These variables include averaged, totalled, and instantaneously sampled data on a 30-minute basis. The data includes a range of meteorological measurements including wind speeds, wind directions, atmospheric temperatures and humidities, soil temperature and water information as well as variables outlining the status of the logger itself. The Eddy Flux Tower, situated at Western Sydney University 's Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment field site in Central New South Wales, was set up in September 2012 to collect meteorological and flux data from within an isolated forest experiment.

Data time period: 04 2013 to 30 04 2013

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150.72446,-33.6132

150.72446,-33.6132