cops_nebt_imk_flux: Eddy-covariance turbulence data from COPS energy balance and turbulence network stations run by FZK/IMK-TRO during COPS 2007

doi:10.1594/WDCC/cops_nebt_imk_flux

Kalthoff, Norbert; Eigenmann, Rafael; Foken, Thomas

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Summary
The energy balance stations run by FZK/IMK-TRO measured high-frequency (20 Hz or 32 Hz) eddy-covariance raw data with either a Solent R1012 (Gill Instruments Ltd.) sonic anemometer or a Young 81000 (R. M. Young Company) sonic anemometer and a LI-7500 (LI-COR Biosciences) hygrometer above different target land use types. The measuring set-up was continuously running during the entire COPS measurement period in order to provide a complete time series of the turbulent fluxes of momentum, sensible and latent heat as well as carbon dioxide. Post-processing was performed using the software package TK2 (developed by the Department of Micrometeorology, University of Bayreuth) which produces quality assured turbulent flux data with an averaging interval of 30 min. The documentation and instruction manual of TK2 (see entry cops_nebt_ubt_info_1) and additional references about the applied flux corrections and post-field data quality control (see entry cops_nebt_ubt_info_2) as well as a document about the general handling of the flux data can be found in supplementary pdf-files within the energy balance and turbulence network (NEBT) experiment of the data base. The turbulent flux data in this data set are flagged according to their quality and checked for an impact of possible internal boundary layers. Additionally, the flux contribution from the target land use type intended to be observed to the total flux measured was calculated applying footprint modeling. Information and references about the internal boundary layer evaluation procedure and the footprint analysis are also given in the additional pdf-files. Pictures of the footprint climatology of the station as related to the land use and to the spatial distribution of the quality flags are included in the corresponding additional info pdf-files.
Project
COPS (Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study)
Contact
Norbert Kalthoff (
 norbert.kalthoff@nullimk.fzk.de
)
Location(s)
COPS region
Additional Information
cops_nebt_ubn1etg_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station UBN1ETG (Deckenpfronn)
cops_nebt_ubt1etg_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station UBT1ETG (Fussbach I)
cops_nebt_imk8t_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station IMK8T (Burnhaupt le Bas)
cops_nebt_ubt2t_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station UBT2T (Fussbach II)
cops_nebt_imk4t_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station IMK4T (Sasbach)
cops_nebt_imk6t_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station IMK6T (Bad Rotenfels)
cops_nebt_imk3etg_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station IMK3ETG (Linkenheim)
cops_nebt_imk5t_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station IMK5T (Oberkirch)
cops_nebt__ubt3etg_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station UBT3ETG (Fischerbach)
cops_nebt_imk2etg_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station IMK2ETG (Baden Airpark)
cops_nebt_mf2etg_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station MF2ETG (Nordfeld)
uni_hohenheim_data_policy.txt
cops_nebt_ubt_info_1: pdf-file with manual of software package TK2 provided by Uni Bayreuth
cops_nebt_imk7t_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station IMK7T (Igelsberg)
cops_nebt_mf1etg_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station MF1ETG (Niederrott)
cops_nebt_imk1etg_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station IMK1ETG (Hornisgrinde)
cops_nebt_ubt_info_2: pdf-file with information on quality control performed by Uni Bayreuth
cops_nebt_ubt4etg_info_1: pdf-file with foot print climatology at station UBT4ETG (Hagenbuch)
Spatial Coverage
Longitude 6.5 to 10 Latitude 47.55 to 49.06 Altitude: 0 undefined_source_alt
Temporal Coverage
2007-05-30 to 2007-08-31 (calendrical)
Use constraints
Depends on the dataset. The following licenses are used:

For scientific use only
For scientific use only. No commercial use allowed. Please be aware of the common COPS/GOP/D-PHASE data policy (http://cops.wdc-climate.de/)
Data Catalog
World Data Center for Climate
Size
11.60 MiB (12159520 Byte)
Format
NetCDF
Status
completely archived
Creation Date
Cite as
Kalthoff, Norbert; Eigenmann, Rafael; Foken, Thomas (2011). cops_nebt_imk_flux: Eddy-covariance turbulence data from COPS energy balance and turbulence network stations run by FZK/IMK-TRO during COPS 2007. World Data Center for Climate (WDCC) at DKRZ. https://doi.org/10.1594/WDCC/cops_nebt_imk_flux

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Description
observation: Level2b
No data available on several days.
Description
No data available on several days. According to agreements within COPS dummy files were created and inserted in the database if data from timesteps were not delivered.
Description
Summary:
Findable: 6 of 7 level;
Accessible: 2 of 3 level;
Interoperable: 3 of 4 level;
Reusable: 4 of 10 level
Method
F-UJI online v2.2.1 automated
Method Description
Checks performed by WDCC. Metrics documentation: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4081213 Metric Version: metrics_v0.5
Method Url
Result Date
2022-12-09
Result Date
2011-11-18
Description
1. Number of data sets is correct and > 0: passed;
2. Size of every data set is > 0: passed;
3. The data sets and corresponding metadata are accessible: passed;
4. The data sizes are controlled and correct: passed;
5. The temporal coverage description (metadata) is consistent to the data: passed;
6. The format is correct: passed;
7. Variable description and data are consistent: passed
Method
WDCC-TQA checklist
Method Description
Checks performed by WDCC. The list of TQA metrics are documented in the 'WDCC User Guide for Data Publication' Chapter 8.1.1
Method Url
Result Date
2011-11-18
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[1] DOI Wulfmeyer, V.; Flamant, C.; Behrendt, A.; Blyth, A.; Brown, A.; Dorninger, M.; Illingworth, A.; Mascart, P.; Montani, A.; Weckwerth, T. (2011). Advances in the understanding of convective processes and precipitation over low-mountain regions through the Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study (COPS). doi:10.1002/qj.799
[2] DOI Wulfmeyer, V.; Flamant, C.; Behrendt, A.; Blyth, A.; Brown, A.; Dorninger, M.; Illingworth, A.; Mascart, P.; Montani, A.; Weckwerth, T (Eds.). (2011). Special Issue: Advances in the understanding of convective processes and precipitation over low-mountain regions through the Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study (COPS). doi:10.1002/qj.v137.1s
[3] DOI Eigenmann, R.; Kalthoff, N.; Foken, T.; Dorninger, M.; Kohler, M.; Legain, D.; Pigeon, G.; Piguet, B.; Schüttemeyer, D.; Traulle, O. (2010). Surface energy balance and turbulence network during the Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study (COPS). doi:10.1002/qj.704

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cops_nebt: contains data from Energy Balance and TurbulenceNetwork during COPS Campaign
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[Entry acronym: cops_nebt_imk_flux] [Entry id: 2284876]