OzFlux: Australian and New Zealand Flux Research and Monitoring

Monitoring Sites - Jaxa

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The Jaxa flux station is located approximately 37km south west of Narrandera, in the Yanco region of New South Wales.

It was established in April 2012 as an addition to part of an ongoing project run with the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA external link).

The primary investigators on the project are Jeffrey Walker, Jason Beringer, Christoph RĂ¼diger & Edoardo Daly. Contributors to the site are Gift Dumedah, Alessandra Monerris-Belda, Mei Sun Yee, Frank Winston, Tim Lubcke & Darren Hocking. The site is managed by Monash University external link.

The Jaxa flux station is part of the Australia Flux Tower network (OzFlux) and the international FLUXNET external link. This site also contributes to the Australian Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network TERN external link.

Project website external link

Monash University real time data external link


Prof. Jeffrey Walker
Monash University
Department of Civil Engineering
Clayton, Victoria
Australia, 3800
Ph: +61 3 9905 9681

Prof. Jason Beringer
School of Earth and Environment
The University of Western Australia (M004)
35 Stirling Highway
Crawley, Western Australia
Australia, 6009