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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

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Remote Sensing & Fluxes

site flux et télédétection EMMAH
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Experimental site dedicated to monitor the dynamics of water balance, the radiative balance, energy and CO2 fluxes, as well as biomass production on cultivated surfaces, and the development of remote sensing methods.

Available measurements

Series of measurements of all monitored variables are available during six to twelve years depending on variables:
puces_carrée_verteVegetation: denisty, canopy height, structure, biomass, phenology, leaf area index (LAI), fraction of absorbed photosynthetically active radiation (fAPAR), canopy cover fraction, water content, nitrogen contant, yield

puces_carrée_verteSoil: moisture, granulometry, composition, nitrogen content

puces_carrée_verteMicrometeorology: radiation, rainfall, flux, temperature
Agricultural practices are also monitored since 12 years. To perform these measurements, we use EMMAH equipments and lab facilities.

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Equipement on site

puce_verte A wide range of remote sensing sensors can be attached to a crane mounted on rails of 120 m in length.

puce_verte The site is also equipped with an irrigation map and a rolling greenhouse can protect an area of approximately 100 m2.

Associated projects

PNTS - Fluorescence (Programme National de Télédétection Spatiale)

CARBOEUROPE

GNSS-AGRI

Participation to the ICOS-France network (Integration Carbon and Observation System)

Partners

INRA labs

Agroclim, Avignon
AGRO-IMPACT, Laon(Agrosystèmes et impacts environnementaux carbone-azote)
EPHYSE, Bordeaux(Ecologie fonctionnelle et PHYSique de l'Environnement)
Science du Sol, Orléans

Other laboratories & institution

CESBIO, Toulouse (Centre d'Etudes Spatiales de la BIOsphère)
LaMP, Clermont Ferrand (Laboratoire de Météorologie Physique)
LMD, Paris (Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique)
LSCE, Saclay (Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement)

Contact

André Chanzy, researcher

telephone

+33 (0)4 32 72 22 11,

email

andre.chanzy@paca.inra.fr

See also

The site is open to deployment of experimental devices of external teams, in particular for the development of remote sensing instruments.