Live data stream from Landscape Ecology lab
The graphs below were (once) a live demonstration of data streaming. The data is an ongoing collaborative experiment at Osceola National Forest. Each figure represents one of six micrometeorological arrays designed to measure fine-scale changes in temperature gradients. The goal is to better understand patterns of fuel drying and fire behavior during prescribed fire operations. The figures show air temperature (degress C) at a height of 6 meters (blue line) and at ground level (red line). The images were available before and during an experimental burn to facilitate collaborative research projects.
Landscape Ecology Lab on Twitter @JefferyBCannon
NEON Profile of the Lab’s Work
Science Blog Posts on Disturbance Ecology (with Athens Science Observer)