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OzFlux provides a common set of core measurements at multiple sites and time scales to improve understanding of ecosystem function and biogeochemical cycles for use in ecosystem and land surface models.
OzFlux data are being used to improve our understanding of the response of carbon and water cycles in Australian ecosystems to climate variability, disturbance (fire, insects), land management and future changes in precipitation, temperature and carbon dioxide levels. OzFlux data are also being used to test and improve CABLE, the land-surface model in ACCESS being developed jointly by CSIRO, the Bureau of Meteorology and Australian universities.
OzFlux is providing researchers with data to answer the following questions:
Answers to these questions are central to informing land management and climate adaptation and mitigation policies.
For more information on OzFlux and to access the OzFlux data portal you can visit the OzFlux website.
Dr Suzanne Prober