SuperSite Equipment Alice_Mulga Boyagin Wandoo Woodland Calperum Mallee Cumberland Plain Woodland Daintree Rainforest Daintree Discovery Centre Fletcherview Tropical Rangeland Gin Gin Banksia Woodland Great Western Woodlands Litchfield Savanna Mitchell Grass Rangeland Robson Creek Rainforest Samford Peri-urban Tumbarumba Wet Eucalypt Warra Tall Eucalypt Whroo Dry Eucalypt Wombat Stringybark Eucalypt

Eddy-covariance flux towers
& 10m
2 x 4m 20m 30m 35m Portable tower 15m 35m 35m 2m 40m 2m 70m 80m 36m 30m
1 ha Surveillance monitoring plots 6 6 18 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Airborne LiDAR and hyperspectral imagery calibration
Soil water content, temperature and electrical conductivity probes, soil water potential
Meteorological station
Acoustic sensors
Groundwater bores with nested piezometers
Sap flow system
Free Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE) experiment
Fuel moisture sensors
Coupled sapflow sensors and dendrometers
Camera traps
Nutrient Network Plots
DroughtNet shelters
Gauging station to measure discharge
Logging dendrometer bands/ dendrometers
Rainout shelter
Herbarium and insect collections for identifications
Sapflux sensors
Biodiversity plots
Nutrient Network Plots 40
25 ha forest dynamics plot
Greenhouse gas monitoring chambers
Water quality sensors
Continuous forest inventory plots
Silvicultural Systems Trial plots
Wildfire chronosequence plots
Southern Forests Experimental Forest Landscape (SFEFL) plots
Baseline Altitudinal Monitoring plots (BAMPs)
Leaf Litter Traps
Robson Creek Rainforest Supersite info page | Featured Image for Table page by TERN.

Welcome to the Robson Creek Virtual tour how to guide. When you arrive look up and down and move around 360 degrees. You might find hidden markers in the trees or on the forest floor. You can also zoom in and out if your mouse is able.

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Click on orange dots which show points of interest. A pop will appear with more information, photos and links about monitoring equipment and the natural environment in this ecosystem.

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Click to play videos

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Green arrows can be used to navigate to the next site on the map

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Each location has a few scenes you can explore. Click on the thumbnail you want to view and when you are done exploring this location use the map to move to the next location.

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You can also move through the tour by clicking on locations on the map

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Home will take you back to the start of the tour (Site 1)

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