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Hydrometeorological observations for the catchment Wernersbach (Germany) and Eddy Covariance observations of two nearby EC towers.
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The follwing observation data are provided for the research catchment Wernersbach, situated in Saxony, Germany:
- Temperature (Min, Max, Mean)
- Precipitation (uncorrected and corrected)
- Vapour pressure (based on relative humidity)
- Global Radiation
- Runoff of the catchment
- Grass reference evaopotranspiration
For the period 1968 until 2019 monthly data and for the year 2017 daily data are provided. Data were checked on homogeneity and gap filled.
Furthermore, ET estimates from Eddy Covariance measurements at two towers are included. The tower DE-Tha is situated 5 km east of Wernersbach catchment (1997-2019, spruce forest) and the tower DE-Hzd is situated within the catchment (2010-2019, young oak forest).
|This resource is referenced by||Pluntke T, Bernhofer C, et al. 2022. Long-term climatological and ecohydrological analysis of a paired catchment – flux tower observatory near Dresden (Germany) Is there evidence of climate change in local evapotranspiration? J Hydrol, submitted in 04/2022|
This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
|Agency Name||Award Title||Award Number|
|EU||CarboEurope IP (2005-08)|
|BMBF and BMDV||ICOS|
|TU Dresden (funded by the Free State of Saxony)|
|Saxon Ministry of the Environment and Agriculture|
|DFG (early 1990s)||SPP ”Regionalisierung in der Hydrologie”|
|DFG (2007-2013)||SPP “MetStröm“|
People or Organizations that contributed technically, materially, financially, or provided general support for the creation of the resource's content but are not considered authors.
|Mike Renner||Brandenburg State Office for the Environment (LfU)|
|Heiko Prasse||TU Dresden, Chair of Meteorology|
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