Skip to main content
ORNL DAAC HomeNASA Home

DAAC Home > About Us >

You are here

News

News

hotnews

Fly Along with CARVE over the Alaskan Arctic

The CARVE C-23 Sherpa prepares to take off from Fairbanks, AK.

The CARVE C-23 Sherpa prepares to take off from Fairbanks, AK.

The CARVE campaign sampled greenhouse gases in the Arctic using aircraft and ground-based sensors.

Aerosols and Trace Gases over the Amazon

View from the top of tower TT34 looking down on sampling line.

View from the top of tower TT34 looking down on sampling line.

A new data set provides measurements from the Amazonian Aerosol Characterization Experiment.

Tags: 

Level 1 Radar data from AirMOSS campaigns

AirMOSS flights during 2012-2015 provided repeated measurements of soil moisture in nine different North American biomes.

AirMOSS flights during 2012-2015 provided repeated measurements of soil moisture in nine different North American biomes.

L1 Sigma-0 data from >900 data takes of the AirMOSS radar is now available.

Carbon storage in repeatedly burned Alaskan forests

The Fish Creek unburned site, Plot 1

The Fish Creek unburned site, Plot 1

Soil characteristics, carbon storage and soil depth measurements from black spruce forests that have burned twice in the past ~50 years are presented in a new data set.

Vegetation and Soils at Toolik Lake, Alaska

Location map of the 81 Toolik Lake Permanent Vegetation Plots.

Location map of the 81 Toolik Lake Permanent Vegetation Plots.

Extensive data from field surveys at the Toolik Lake research site, located in the foothills of the Brooks Range, Alaska, are now available.

Pages