Monitoring Sites - Whroo

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The Whroo flux station is located approximately 45km south west of Shepparton, Victoria.

It was established in October 2011 as part of an ARC Linkage project "More bang for your carbon buck: carbon, biodiversity and water balance consequences of whole-catchment carbon farming" (LP0990038) Dr Ross Michael Thompson, A/Prof Jason Beringer, Dr Timothy Richard Cavagnaro, Prof Ralph Charles Mac Nally, Dr Patrick John Baker, Mr Mark Eigenraam, Mr Leon Metzeling.

The site is managed by The University of Western Australia external link.

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

See real time data for the Whroo flux station external link.


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

Dr. Stefan Arndt
Professor for Physiological and Ecosystem Ecology
School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences
University of Melbourne
500 Yarra Boulevard
Richmond, Victoria, 3121, Australia
ph: +61 3 9035 6819
mob: +61 400 655 023

Modified: 02/21/2018