Administration Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 4 during June 2013 fascinator 6f0daf83de055fd2a3b7026f4a1052d5 2015-12-15T06:19:03Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 4, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period June 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 4, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period June 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 4, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period June 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 4, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period June 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] Temperature and Volumetric Water Content data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 4 during July 2013 fascinator 54254310149168449bc1c7136e4a665a 2015-07-08T06:59:27Z ["This collection contains Volumetric Water Content and Temperature data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 4, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 15-minutely averaged data from both the shelter and the associated control plot for the period July 2013. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Volumetric Water Content and Temperature data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 4, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 15-minutely averaged data from both the shelter and the associated control plot for the period July 2013. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] ["This collection contains Volumetric Water Content and Temperature data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 4, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 15-minutely averaged data from both the shelter and the associated control plot for the period July 2013. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Volumetric Water Content and Temperature data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 4, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 15-minutely averaged data from both the shelter and the associated control plot for the period July 2013. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] A controlled-environment study using 37 species (6 functional groups) examining how photosynthesis and respiration rates are impacted by a factorial combination of high and low N and P supply fascinator 646ce8ff66d30e249cd6733b246a12dc 2017-05-18T04:54:36Z ["This gas exchange dataset is the result of a large glasshouse experiment where 37 different species from 6 functional groups (or plant functional types) were grown 4 nutrient combinations of high and low nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P), using 6 replicates. Each row represent the data from a light response curve taken on each individual plant grown at 25C. Light-saturated conditions were set at 1800 umol m-2 s-1, with leaf temperature controlled for at 25°C. The light response curves always started at saturating light conditions but then focused on the initial linear part of the light response curve from zero to 100 umol m-2 s-1 photon flux density (PPFD). This was done to apply the Kok method and derive an estimate of mitochondrial respiration in the light (RLight or also noted here as Rd.actual, Rd being Rday) in addition to all other parameters derived from a light response curve. While our aim was to investigate how these different nutrient combinations impacted on plant metabolism, both photosynthesis as well as respiration, there are other relationships that could be explored with this dataset. We report gas exchange and nutrient concentrations on a mass- and area basis (but also on N and P basis for metabolic variables). Data for soluble sugars, starch and non-structural carbohydrates are available for 16 woody plant species (but not for herbaceous species). The main dataset is the masterfile_GH_filtered.csv whereas the same data is presented in Filtered_Rlight.csv but with further filtering for Rlight (Further details will be available in the forthcoming manuscript of Crous et al. 2017. in New Phytologist titled: "Nitrogen and phosphorus availability interact to modulate leaf trait scaling relationships across six plant functional types in a controlled-environment study". ", "This gas exchange dataset is the result of a large glasshouse experiment where 37 different species from 6 functional groups (or plant functional types) were grown 4 nutrient combinations of high and low nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P), using 6 replicates. Each row represent the data from a light response curve taken on each individual plant grown at 25C. Light-saturated conditions were set at 1800 umol m-2 s-1, with leaf temperature controlled for at 25°C. The light response curves always started at saturating light conditions but then focused on the initial linear part of the light response curve from zero to 100 umol m-2 s-1 photon flux density (PPFD). This was done to apply the Kok method and derive an estimate of mitochondrial respiration in the light (RLight or also noted here as Rd.actual, Rd being Rday) in addition to all other parameters derived from a light response curve. While our aim was to investigate how these different nutrient combinations impacted on plant metabolism, both photosynthesis as well as respiration, there are other relationships that could be explored with this dataset. We report gas exchange and nutrient concentrations on a mass- and area basis (but also on N and P basis for metabolic variables). Data for soluble sugars, starch and non-structural carbohydrates are available for 16 woody plant species (but not for herbaceous species). The main dataset is the masterfile_GH_filtered.csv whereas the same data is presented in Filtered_Rlight.csv but with further filtering for Rlight (Further details will be available in the forthcoming manuscript of Crous et al. 2017. in New Phytologist titled: "Nitrogen and phosphorus availability interact to modulate leaf trait scaling relationships across six plant functional types in a controlled-environment study". "] ["This gas exchange dataset is the result of a large glasshouse experiment where 37 different species from 6 functional groups (or plant functional types) were grown 4 nutrient combinations of high and low nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P), using 6 replicates. Each row represent the data from a light response curve taken on each individual plant grown at 25C. Light-saturated conditions were set at 1800 umol m-2 s-1, with leaf temperature controlled for at 25°C. The light response curves always started at saturating light conditions but then focused on the initial linear part of the light response curve from zero to 100 umol m-2 s-1 photon flux density (PPFD). This was done to apply the Kok method and derive an estimate of mitochondrial respiration in the light (RLight or also noted here as Rd.actual, Rd being Rday) in addition to all other parameters derived from a light response curve. While our aim was to investigate how these different nutrient combinations impacted on plant metabolism, both photosynthesis as well as respiration, there are other relationships that could be explored with this dataset. We report gas exchange and nutrient concentrations on a mass- and area basis (but also on N and P basis for metabolic variables). Data for soluble sugars, starch and non-structural carbohydrates are available for 16 woody plant species (but not for herbaceous species). The main dataset is the masterfile_GH_filtered.csv whereas the same data is presented in Filtered_Rlight.csv but with further filtering for Rlight (Further details will be available in the forthcoming manuscript of Crous et al. 2017. in New Phytologist titled: "Nitrogen and phosphorus availability interact to modulate leaf trait scaling relationships across six plant functional types in a controlled-environment study". ", "This gas exchange dataset is the result of a large glasshouse experiment where 37 different species from 6 functional groups (or plant functional types) were grown 4 nutrient combinations of high and low nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P), using 6 replicates. Each row represent the data from a light response curve taken on each individual plant grown at 25C. Light-saturated conditions were set at 1800 umol m-2 s-1, with leaf temperature controlled for at 25°C. The light response curves always started at saturating light conditions but then focused on the initial linear part of the light response curve from zero to 100 umol m-2 s-1 photon flux density (PPFD). This was done to apply the Kok method and derive an estimate of mitochondrial respiration in the light (RLight or also noted here as Rd.actual, Rd being Rday) in addition to all other parameters derived from a light response curve. While our aim was to investigate how these different nutrient combinations impacted on plant metabolism, both photosynthesis as well as respiration, there are other relationships that could be explored with this dataset. We report gas exchange and nutrient concentrations on a mass- and area basis (but also on N and P basis for metabolic variables). Data for soluble sugars, starch and non-structural carbohydrates are available for 16 woody plant species (but not for herbaceous species). The main dataset is the masterfile_GH_filtered.csv whereas the same data is presented in Filtered_Rlight.csv but with further filtering for Rlight (Further details will be available in the forthcoming manuscript of Crous et al. 2017. in New Phytologist titled: "Nitrogen and phosphorus availability interact to modulate leaf trait scaling relationships across six plant functional types in a controlled-environment study". "] A global dataset of photosynthetic CO2 response curves measured in the field at controlled light, CO2 and temperatures fascinator 1f3f2b6f6a1b5814582a287bf5b0684a 2017-05-18T04:54:35Z ["This is a 15-year dataset of photosynthetic CO2 response curves, measured in the field, for 51 different plant species (mostly trees) over 20 different sites in N. America, Australia, and Europe including free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) sites and particularly EucFACE. Ecosystem types range from arid shrubland, temperate deciduous forest to open eucalypt woodland and wet sclerophyll forest. Species names are done according to the Taxonomic Name Resolution Service TRNS. The raw measurements as output from the Li-Cor 6400 portable photosynthesis system and the computed carboxylation capacity and electron transport capacity for all measurements are provided. The data contribute to the De Kauwe et al paper "A test of the 'one-point method' for estimating maximum carboxylation capacity from field-measured, light-saturated photosynthesis" in New Phytologist (doi: 10.1111/nph.13815). K. Crous is the data co-owner.", "This is a 15-year dataset of photosynthetic CO2 response curves, measured in the field, for 51 different plant species (mostly trees) over 20 different sites in N. America, Australia, and Europe including free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) sites and particularly EucFACE. Ecosystem types range from arid shrubland, temperate deciduous forest to open eucalypt woodland and wet sclerophyll forest. Species names are done according to the Taxonomic Name Resolution Service TRNS. The raw measurements as output from the Li-Cor 6400 portable photosynthesis system and the computed carboxylation capacity and electron transport capacity for all measurements are provided. The data contribute to the De Kauwe et al paper "A test of the 'one-point method' for estimating maximum carboxylation capacity from field-measured, light-saturated photosynthesis" in New Phytologist (doi: 10.1111/nph.13815). K. Crous is the data co-owner."] ["This is a 15-year dataset of photosynthetic CO2 response curves, measured in the field, for 51 different plant species (mostly trees) over 20 different sites in N. America, Australia, and Europe including free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) sites and particularly EucFACE. Ecosystem types range from arid shrubland, temperate deciduous forest to open eucalypt woodland and wet sclerophyll forest. Species names are done according to the Taxonomic Name Resolution Service TRNS. The raw measurements as output from the Li-Cor 6400 portable photosynthesis system and the computed carboxylation capacity and electron transport capacity for all measurements are provided. The data contribute to the De Kauwe et al paper "A test of the 'one-point method' for estimating maximum carboxylation capacity from field-measured, light-saturated photosynthesis" in New Phytologist (doi: 10.1111/nph.13815). K. Crous is the data co-owner.", "This is a 15-year dataset of photosynthetic CO2 response curves, measured in the field, for 51 different plant species (mostly trees) over 20 different sites in N. America, Australia, and Europe including free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) sites and particularly EucFACE. Ecosystem types range from arid shrubland, temperate deciduous forest to open eucalypt woodland and wet sclerophyll forest. Species names are done according to the Taxonomic Name Resolution Service TRNS. The raw measurements as output from the Li-Cor 6400 portable photosynthesis system and the computed carboxylation capacity and electron transport capacity for all measurements are provided. The data contribute to the De Kauwe et al paper "A test of the 'one-point method' for estimating maximum carboxylation capacity from field-measured, light-saturated photosynthesis" in New Phytologist (doi: 10.1111/nph.13815). K. Crous is the data co-owner."] Aboveground net primary productivity and photosynthesis for EucFACE from 2013 to 2015 fascinator 0327bc973cc8300050d46330d72681cf 2017-05-18T05:09:50Z ["These are the base datasets used to compute the CO2 fertilisation effect on photosynthesis and aboveground NPP for the Eucalyptus free-air CO2 enrichment (EucFACE) experiment for the years 2013, 2014 and 2015. They serve as an evaluation of the magnitude of the aboveground CO2 sink capacity of Australian native vegetation under current and future atmospheric [CO2]. All the measurements are organised according to plot which is sometimes referred to as "ring" because they’re circular. Plots designated 1, 4 and 5 received elevated CO2 as ambient +150ppm from 6th Feb. 2013 through the end of 2015. The remaining plots remained at ambient CO2 concentration during the course of the study. The data fall into three conceptual areas, comprising five files included in this package and described below: 1) Leaf photosynthesis (FACE_P0020_RA_GASEXCHANGE_L2_FEB2013-FEB2016_V1.csv) 2) Litterfall of dried material produced in the forest (FACE_P0017_RA_Litter_20121001-20131231-R.csv, FACE_P0017_RA_Litter_20140101-20141216-L1.csv and FACE_P0017_RA_Litter_20150101-20151217-L1.csv) 5) Tree biomass (FACE_P0025_RA_TREEMEAS_BIOMASS.csv) Leaf photosynthesis Photosynthesis was measured in discrete campaigns and the principal age class of leaves of Eucalyptus tereticornis that were present at each timepoint. Measurements were made using a set of Li-Cor model 6400 portable photosynthesis systems using principles of infra-red gas analysis. Only the first photosynthesis measurement, made at the CO2 concentration the trees were growing in, is included here. These CO2 concentrations are nominally 396 ppm for ambient CO2 and 546 ppm for elevated atmospheric CO2 (= nominal ambient CO2 concentration +150ppm). Litterfall This is the dry mass of litterfall collected on a monthly basis and described in Duursma et al. (2016) Global Change Biology v.22, 1666-1676; doi 10.1111/gcb.13151. Samples were collected and sorted into components and weighed. Insect frass is not included here and is published elsewhere, but represents a small fraction (<2%) of the total annual litter production. Tree biomass These are the diameters at breast height (1.3m above the ground) of the tree stems in plots at EucFACE. These trees were surveyed annually (or more frequently) and annual values were used to compute tree biomass according to allometric regressions for Eucalyptus tereticornis published in Paul et al. (2013) Forest Ecology and Management v.310, 483-494; 10.1016/j.foreco.2013.08.054. Tree biomass is for each year and pre- and post-treatment. Trees judged to be suppressed according to visual observations are not included in this dataset. All co-dominant trees are assumed to be Eucalyptus tereticornis although some may also be Eucalyptus amplifolia. Six trees with obvious cankers representing deformations of the stem diameter at the relevant height are also not included.", "These are the base datasets used to compute the CO2 fertilisation effect on photosynthesis and aboveground NPP for the Eucalyptus free-air CO2 enrichment (EucFACE) experiment for the years 2013, 2014 and 2015. They serve as an evaluation of the magnitude of the aboveground CO2 sink capacity of Australian native vegetation under current and future atmospheric [CO2]. All the measurements are organised according to plot which is sometimes referred to as "ring" because they’re circular. Plots designated 1, 4 and 5 received elevated CO2 as ambient +150ppm from 6th Feb. 2013 through the end of 2015. The remaining plots remained at ambient CO2 concentration during the course of the study. The data fall into three conceptual areas, comprising five files included in this package and described below: 1) Leaf photosynthesis (FACE_P0020_RA_GASEXCHANGE_L2_FEB2013-FEB2016_V1.csv) 2) Litterfall of dried material produced in the forest (FACE_P0017_RA_Litter_20121001-20131231-R.csv, FACE_P0017_RA_Litter_20140101-20141216-L1.csv and FACE_P0017_RA_Litter_20150101-20151217-L1.csv) 5) Tree biomass (FACE_P0025_RA_TREEMEAS_BIOMASS.csv) Leaf photosynthesis Photosynthesis was measured in discrete campaigns and the principal age class of leaves of Eucalyptus tereticornis that were present at each timepoint. Measurements were made using a set of Li-Cor model 6400 portable photosynthesis systems using principles of infra-red gas analysis. Only the first photosynthesis measurement, made at the CO2 concentration the trees were growing in, is included here. These CO2 concentrations are nominally 396 ppm for ambient CO2 and 546 ppm for elevated atmospheric CO2 (= nominal ambient CO2 concentration +150ppm). Litterfall This is the dry mass of litterfall collected on a monthly basis and described in Duursma et al. (2016) Global Change Biology v.22, 1666-1676; doi 10.1111/gcb.13151. Samples were collected and sorted into components and weighed. Insect frass is not included here and is published elsewhere, but represents a small fraction (<2%) of the total annual litter production. Tree biomass These are the diameters at breast height (1.3m above the ground) of the tree stems in plots at EucFACE. These trees were surveyed annually (or more frequently) and annual values were used to compute tree biomass according to allometric regressions for Eucalyptus tereticornis published in Paul et al. (2013) Forest Ecology and Management v.310, 483-494; 10.1016/j.foreco.2013.08.054. Tree biomass is for each year and pre- and post-treatment. Trees judged to be suppressed according to visual observations are not included in this dataset. All co-dominant trees are assumed to be Eucalyptus tereticornis although some may also be Eucalyptus amplifolia. Six trees with obvious cankers representing deformations of the stem diameter at the relevant height are also not included."] ["These are the base datasets used to compute the CO2 fertilisation effect on photosynthesis and aboveground NPP for the Eucalyptus free-air CO2 enrichment (EucFACE) experiment for the years 2013, 2014 and 2015. They serve as an evaluation of the magnitude of the aboveground CO2 sink capacity of Australian native vegetation under current and future atmospheric [CO2]. All the measurements are organised according to plot which is sometimes referred to as "ring" because they’re circular. Plots designated 1, 4 and 5 received elevated CO2 as ambient +150ppm from 6th Feb. 2013 through the end of 2015. The remaining plots remained at ambient CO2 concentration during the course of the study. The data fall into three conceptual areas, comprising five files included in this package and described below: 1) Leaf photosynthesis (FACE_P0020_RA_GASEXCHANGE_L2_FEB2013-FEB2016_V1.csv) 2) Litterfall of dried material produced in the forest (FACE_P0017_RA_Litter_20121001-20131231-R.csv, FACE_P0017_RA_Litter_20140101-20141216-L1.csv and FACE_P0017_RA_Litter_20150101-20151217-L1.csv) 5) Tree biomass (FACE_P0025_RA_TREEMEAS_BIOMASS.csv) Leaf photosynthesis Photosynthesis was measured in discrete campaigns and the principal age class of leaves of Eucalyptus tereticornis that were present at each timepoint. Measurements were made using a set of Li-Cor model 6400 portable photosynthesis systems using principles of infra-red gas analysis. Only the first photosynthesis measurement, made at the CO2 concentration the trees were growing in, is included here. These CO2 concentrations are nominally 396 ppm for ambient CO2 and 546 ppm for elevated atmospheric CO2 (= nominal ambient CO2 concentration +150ppm). Litterfall This is the dry mass of litterfall collected on a monthly basis and described in Duursma et al. (2016) Global Change Biology v.22, 1666-1676; doi 10.1111/gcb.13151. Samples were collected and sorted into components and weighed. Insect frass is not included here and is published elsewhere, but represents a small fraction (<2%) of the total annual litter production. Tree biomass These are the diameters at breast height (1.3m above the ground) of the tree stems in plots at EucFACE. These trees were surveyed annually (or more frequently) and annual values were used to compute tree biomass according to allometric regressions for Eucalyptus tereticornis published in Paul et al. (2013) Forest Ecology and Management v.310, 483-494; 10.1016/j.foreco.2013.08.054. Tree biomass is for each year and pre- and post-treatment. Trees judged to be suppressed according to visual observations are not included in this dataset. All co-dominant trees are assumed to be Eucalyptus tereticornis although some may also be Eucalyptus amplifolia. Six trees with obvious cankers representing deformations of the stem diameter at the relevant height are also not included.", "These are the base datasets used to compute the CO2 fertilisation effect on photosynthesis and aboveground NPP for the Eucalyptus free-air CO2 enrichment (EucFACE) experiment for the years 2013, 2014 and 2015. They serve as an evaluation of the magnitude of the aboveground CO2 sink capacity of Australian native vegetation under current and future atmospheric [CO2]. All the measurements are organised according to plot which is sometimes referred to as "ring" because they’re circular. Plots designated 1, 4 and 5 received elevated CO2 as ambient +150ppm from 6th Feb. 2013 through the end of 2015. The remaining plots remained at ambient CO2 concentration during the course of the study. The data fall into three conceptual areas, comprising five files included in this package and described below: 1) Leaf photosynthesis (FACE_P0020_RA_GASEXCHANGE_L2_FEB2013-FEB2016_V1.csv) 2) Litterfall of dried material produced in the forest (FACE_P0017_RA_Litter_20121001-20131231-R.csv, FACE_P0017_RA_Litter_20140101-20141216-L1.csv and FACE_P0017_RA_Litter_20150101-20151217-L1.csv) 5) Tree biomass (FACE_P0025_RA_TREEMEAS_BIOMASS.csv) Leaf photosynthesis Photosynthesis was measured in discrete campaigns and the principal age class of leaves of Eucalyptus tereticornis that were present at each timepoint. Measurements were made using a set of Li-Cor model 6400 portable photosynthesis systems using principles of infra-red gas analysis. Only the first photosynthesis measurement, made at the CO2 concentration the trees were growing in, is included here. These CO2 concentrations are nominally 396 ppm for ambient CO2 and 546 ppm for elevated atmospheric CO2 (= nominal ambient CO2 concentration +150ppm). Litterfall This is the dry mass of litterfall collected on a monthly basis and described in Duursma et al. (2016) Global Change Biology v.22, 1666-1676; doi 10.1111/gcb.13151. Samples were collected and sorted into components and weighed. Insect frass is not included here and is published elsewhere, but represents a small fraction (<2%) of the total annual litter production. Tree biomass These are the diameters at breast height (1.3m above the ground) of the tree stems in plots at EucFACE. These trees were surveyed annually (or more frequently) and annual values were used to compute tree biomass according to allometric regressions for Eucalyptus tereticornis published in Paul et al. (2013) Forest Ecology and Management v.310, 483-494; 10.1016/j.foreco.2013.08.054. Tree biomass is for each year and pre- and post-treatment. Trees judged to be suppressed according to visual observations are not included in this dataset. All co-dominant trees are assumed to be Eucalyptus tereticornis although some may also be Eucalyptus amplifolia. Six trees with obvious cankers representing deformations of the stem diameter at the relevant height are also not included."] Acoustic intensity data related to the 'musical affect' of 50 pieces of electro-acoustic music fascinator f95be16933489be75c5604044648d282 2017-09-24T10:17:15Z ["<p>The collection contains acoustic intensity data of 50 pieces of commercially available music (3 large-scale compositions, 2 computer-interactive improvisations, and 45 short electro-acoustic works). Roger wrote scripts in Praat ( a free software programme for acoustic analysis) to analyse intensity durations and intensity change rates of successive rises and falls in the pieces. Intensity is measured window by window using the 'energy averaging' option within Praat, and using a pitch range for the analysis from 20Hz upwards, which provides intensity as Sound Pressure Level (SPL) in dB. Each file contains two columns of data, the first, 'sliceedntime(sec)' indicates the time at which the measured intensity slice ends. The first slice is either 0.16 or 0.17 secs (for reasons related to the analysis technique), while all subsequent slices are 0.04secs long (40msec). The pieces vary in length. The second column 'intens(dB)' indicates the measured (unweighted) Sound Pressure Level in dB. The files are zipped, so unzipping software is required to access the data.</p>", "<p>The collection contains acoustic intensity data of 50 pieces of commercially available music (3 large-scale compositions, 2 computer-interactive improvisations, and 45 short electro-acoustic works). Roger wrote scripts in Praat ( a free software programme for acoustic analysis) to analyse intensity durations and intensity change rates of successive rises and falls in the pieces. Intensity is measured window by window using the 'energy averaging' option within Praat, and using a pitch range for the analysis from 20Hz upwards, which provides intensity as Sound Pressure Level (SPL) in dB. Each file contains two columns of data, the first, 'sliceedntime(sec)' indicates the time at which the measured intensity slice ends. The first slice is either 0.16 or 0.17 secs (for reasons related to the analysis technique), while all subsequent slices are 0.04secs long (40msec). The pieces vary in length. The second column 'intens(dB)' indicates the measured (unweighted) Sound Pressure Level in dB. The files are zipped, so unzipping software is required to access the data.</p>", "full", "The collection contains acoustic intensity data of 50 pieces of commercially available music (3 large-scale compositions, 2 computer-interactive improvisations, and 45 short electro-acoustic works). Roger wrote scripts in Praat ( a free software programme for acoustic analysis) to analyse intensity durations and intensity change rates of successive rises and falls in the pieces. Intensity is measured window by window using the 'energy averaging' option within Praat, and using a pitch range for the analysis from 20Hz upwards, which provides intensity as Sound Pressure Level (SPL) in dB. Each file contains two columns of data, the first, 'sliceedntime(sec)' indicates the time at which the measured intensity slice ends. The first slice is either 0.16 or 0.17 secs (for reasons related to the analysis technique), while all subsequent slices are 0.04secs long (40msec). The pieces vary in length. The second column 'intens(dB)' indicates the measured (unweighted) Sound Pressure Level in dB. The files are zipped, so unzipping software is required to access the data."] ["<p>The collection contains acoustic intensity data of 50 pieces of commercially available music (3 large-scale compositions, 2 computer-interactive improvisations, and 45 short electro-acoustic works). Roger wrote scripts in Praat ( a free software programme for acoustic analysis) to analyse intensity durations and intensity change rates of successive rises and falls in the pieces. Intensity is measured window by window using the 'energy averaging' option within Praat, and using a pitch range for the analysis from 20Hz upwards, which provides intensity as Sound Pressure Level (SPL) in dB. Each file contains two columns of data, the first, 'sliceedntime(sec)' indicates the time at which the measured intensity slice ends. The first slice is either 0.16 or 0.17 secs (for reasons related to the analysis technique), while all subsequent slices are 0.04secs long (40msec). The pieces vary in length. The second column 'intens(dB)' indicates the measured (unweighted) Sound Pressure Level in dB. The files are zipped, so unzipping software is required to access the data.</p>", "<p>The collection contains acoustic intensity data of 50 pieces of commercially available music (3 large-scale compositions, 2 computer-interactive improvisations, and 45 short electro-acoustic works). Roger wrote scripts in Praat ( a free software programme for acoustic analysis) to analyse intensity durations and intensity change rates of successive rises and falls in the pieces. Intensity is measured window by window using the 'energy averaging' option within Praat, and using a pitch range for the analysis from 20Hz upwards, which provides intensity as Sound Pressure Level (SPL) in dB. Each file contains two columns of data, the first, 'sliceedntime(sec)' indicates the time at which the measured intensity slice ends. The first slice is either 0.16 or 0.17 secs (for reasons related to the analysis technique), while all subsequent slices are 0.04secs long (40msec). The pieces vary in length. The second column 'intens(dB)' indicates the measured (unweighted) Sound Pressure Level in dB. The files are zipped, so unzipping software is required to access the data.</p>", "full", "The collection contains acoustic intensity data of 50 pieces of commercially available music (3 large-scale compositions, 2 computer-interactive improvisations, and 45 short electro-acoustic works). Roger wrote scripts in Praat ( a free software programme for acoustic analysis) to analyse intensity durations and intensity change rates of successive rises and falls in the pieces. Intensity is measured window by window using the 'energy averaging' option within Praat, and using a pitch range for the analysis from 20Hz upwards, which provides intensity as Sound Pressure Level (SPL) in dB. Each file contains two columns of data, the first, 'sliceedntime(sec)' indicates the time at which the measured intensity slice ends. The first slice is either 0.16 or 0.17 secs (for reasons related to the analysis technique), while all subsequent slices are 0.04secs long (40msec). The pieces vary in length. The second column 'intens(dB)' indicates the measured (unweighted) Sound Pressure Level in dB. The files are zipped, so unzipping software is required to access the data."] Adults' Perception of Speech (Tone Perception) fascinator c4f9d4a347e57515874b85374251e3d6 2017-09-25T03:45:24Z ["<p>This data set contains DmDx data files in .azk and .zil formats, which can be viewed by Notepad or other text editor program. The data are saved in Excel .xlsx format. The size for each .zil file is approximately 100 KB and .azk file is approximately 200 KB. Each Excel .xlsx file size is about 200 - 400 KB. The data were obtained through two perception experiments - Discrimination of Tones and Identification of Tones. Thai tones were used as testing stimuli in both experiments. Five groups of participants (Thai, Mandarin, Cantonese, Australian English and Swedish native speakers) participated in this study. In the Discrimination experiment participants had to discriminate two Thai tones i.e., say whether they are the same or different tones. In the Identification experiment Thai participants had to identify the Thai tones they heard, Mandarin and Cantonese participants had to map the Thai tones they heard with their native tones, and Australian English and Swedish participants had to map the Thai tones they heard with either 1) pitch contour symbols or 2) their intonations. </p>", "<p>This data set contains DmDx data files in .azk and .zil formats, which can be viewed by Notepad or other text editor program. The data are saved in Excel .xlsx format. The size for each .zil file is approximately 100 KB and .azk file is approximately 200 KB. Each Excel .xlsx file size is about 200 - 400 KB. The data were obtained through two perception experiments - Discrimination of Tones and Identification of Tones. Thai tones were used as testing stimuli in both experiments. Five groups of participants (Thai, Mandarin, Cantonese, Australian English and Swedish native speakers) participated in this study. In the Discrimination experiment participants had to discriminate two Thai tones i.e., say whether they are the same or different tones. In the Identification experiment Thai participants had to identify the Thai tones they heard, Mandarin and Cantonese participants had to map the Thai tones they heard with their native tones, and Australian English and Swedish participants had to map the Thai tones they heard with either 1) pitch contour symbols or 2) their intonations. </p>", "full", "This data set contains DmDx data files in .azk and .zil formats, which can be viewed by Notepad or other text editor program. The data are saved in Excel .xlsx format. The size for each .zil file is approximately 100 KB and .azk file is approximately 200 KB. Each Excel .xlsx file size is about 200 - 400 KB. The data were obtained through two perception experiments - Discrimination of Tones and Identification of Tones. Thai tones were used as testing stimuli in both experiments. Five groups of participants (Thai, Mandarin, Cantonese, Australian English and Swedish native speakers) participated in this study. In the Discrimination experiment participants had to discriminate two Thai tones i.e., say whether they are the same or different tones. In the Identification experiment Thai participants had to identify the Thai tones they heard, Mandarin and Cantonese participants had to map the Thai tones they heard with their native tones, and Australian English and Swedish participants had to map the Thai tones they heard with either 1) pitch contour symbols or 2) their intonations. "] ["<p>This data set contains DmDx data files in .azk and .zil formats, which can be viewed by Notepad or other text editor program. The data are saved in Excel .xlsx format. The size for each .zil file is approximately 100 KB and .azk file is approximately 200 KB. Each Excel .xlsx file size is about 200 - 400 KB. The data were obtained through two perception experiments - Discrimination of Tones and Identification of Tones. Thai tones were used as testing stimuli in both experiments. Five groups of participants (Thai, Mandarin, Cantonese, Australian English and Swedish native speakers) participated in this study. In the Discrimination experiment participants had to discriminate two Thai tones i.e., say whether they are the same or different tones. In the Identification experiment Thai participants had to identify the Thai tones they heard, Mandarin and Cantonese participants had to map the Thai tones they heard with their native tones, and Australian English and Swedish participants had to map the Thai tones they heard with either 1) pitch contour symbols or 2) their intonations. </p>", "<p>This data set contains DmDx data files in .azk and .zil formats, which can be viewed by Notepad or other text editor program. The data are saved in Excel .xlsx format. The size for each .zil file is approximately 100 KB and .azk file is approximately 200 KB. Each Excel .xlsx file size is about 200 - 400 KB. The data were obtained through two perception experiments - Discrimination of Tones and Identification of Tones. Thai tones were used as testing stimuli in both experiments. Five groups of participants (Thai, Mandarin, Cantonese, Australian English and Swedish native speakers) participated in this study. In the Discrimination experiment participants had to discriminate two Thai tones i.e., say whether they are the same or different tones. In the Identification experiment Thai participants had to identify the Thai tones they heard, Mandarin and Cantonese participants had to map the Thai tones they heard with their native tones, and Australian English and Swedish participants had to map the Thai tones they heard with either 1) pitch contour symbols or 2) their intonations. </p>", "full", "This data set contains DmDx data files in .azk and .zil formats, which can be viewed by Notepad or other text editor program. The data are saved in Excel .xlsx format. The size for each .zil file is approximately 100 KB and .azk file is approximately 200 KB. Each Excel .xlsx file size is about 200 - 400 KB. The data were obtained through two perception experiments - Discrimination of Tones and Identification of Tones. Thai tones were used as testing stimuli in both experiments. Five groups of participants (Thai, Mandarin, Cantonese, Australian English and Swedish native speakers) participated in this study. In the Discrimination experiment participants had to discriminate two Thai tones i.e., say whether they are the same or different tones. In the Identification experiment Thai participants had to identify the Thai tones they heard, Mandarin and Cantonese participants had to map the Thai tones they heard with their native tones, and Australian English and Swedish participants had to map the Thai tones they heard with either 1) pitch contour symbols or 2) their intonations. "] Adults' Production of Speech (Audio-Visual Recordings) fascinator f7b5a893580795c50f43aafc63b280c7 2017-09-25T03:44:43Z ["<p>This data set contains audio-visual recording of adult native speakers of Thai, Cantonese, Mandarin and Malaysian-Mandarin producing syllables with all their tones and native Lancaster English speakers producing syllables with different intonations. There are 9,500 tokens from 10 Thai speaker; 7,440 tokens from 8 Cantonese speakers; 6,144 tokens from 8 Mandarin speakers; 9,360 tokens from 10 Malaysian-Mandarin speakers; 6,500 tokens from additional 5 Thai speakers and 4,752 tokens from 8 Lancaster English speakers. Audio files were extracted from every video file using Adobe Premier Pro 2.0 or VirtualDub software then they were segmented and labelled for each individual syllable within each file using the PRAAT program. These segmentation files were then used as segmentation cues to cut video files into individual syllables to be used as stimuli in speech perception experiments. The videos are in .avi format and all the audio files extracted from them are in .wav format which can be viewed via most media players. Labelled segmentation files are in .TextGrid format and can be viewed with the PRAAT program. The size of each video file is approximately 2 to 4 GB depending on the language with 266 files all together. Size of each extracted audio file is approximately 100 to 250 MB depending on the language. Size of each TextGrid file is approximately 150 to 250 KB depending on the language. </p>", "<p>This data set contains audio-visual recording of adult native speakers of Thai, Cantonese, Mandarin and Malaysian-Mandarin producing syllables with all their tones and native Lancaster English speakers producing syllables with different intonations. There are 9,500 tokens from 10 Thai speaker; 7,440 tokens from 8 Cantonese speakers; 6,144 tokens from 8 Mandarin speakers; 9,360 tokens from 10 Malaysian-Mandarin speakers; 6,500 tokens from additional 5 Thai speakers and 4,752 tokens from 8 Lancaster English speakers. Audio files were extracted from every video file using Adobe Premier Pro 2.0 or VirtualDub software then they were segmented and labelled for each individual syllable within each file using the PRAAT program. These segmentation files were then used as segmentation cues to cut video files into individual syllables to be used as stimuli in speech perception experiments. The videos are in .avi format and all the audio files extracted from them are in .wav format which can be viewed via most media players. Labelled segmentation files are in .TextGrid format and can be viewed with the PRAAT program. The size of each video file is approximately 2 to 4 GB depending on the language with 266 files all together. Size of each extracted audio file is approximately 100 to 250 MB depending on the language. Size of each TextGrid file is approximately 150 to 250 KB depending on the language. </p>", "full", "This data set contains audio-visual recording of adult native speakers of Thai, Cantonese, Mandarin and Malaysian-Mandarin producing syllables with all their tones and native Lancaster English speakers producing syllables with different intonations. There are 9,500 tokens from 10 Thai speaker; 7,440 tokens from 8 Cantonese speakers; 6,144 tokens from 8 Mandarin speakers; 9,360 tokens from 10 Malaysian-Mandarin speakers; 6,500 tokens from additional 5 Thai speakers and 4,752 tokens from 8 Lancaster English speakers. Audio files were extracted from every video file using Adobe Premier Pro 2.0 or VirtualDub software then they were segmented and labelled for each individual syllable within each file using the PRAAT program. These segmentation files were then used as segmentation cues to cut video files into individual syllables to be used as stimuli in speech perception experiments. The videos are in .avi format and all the audio files extracted from them are in .wav format which can be viewed via most media players. Labelled segmentation files are in .TextGrid format and can be viewed with the PRAAT program. The size of each video file is approximately 2 to 4 GB depending on the language with 266 files all together. Size of each extracted audio file is approximately 100 to 250 MB depending on the language. Size of each TextGrid file is approximately 150 to 250 KB depending on the language. "] ["<p>This data set contains audio-visual recording of adult native speakers of Thai, Cantonese, Mandarin and Malaysian-Mandarin producing syllables with all their tones and native Lancaster English speakers producing syllables with different intonations. There are 9,500 tokens from 10 Thai speaker; 7,440 tokens from 8 Cantonese speakers; 6,144 tokens from 8 Mandarin speakers; 9,360 tokens from 10 Malaysian-Mandarin speakers; 6,500 tokens from additional 5 Thai speakers and 4,752 tokens from 8 Lancaster English speakers. Audio files were extracted from every video file using Adobe Premier Pro 2.0 or VirtualDub software then they were segmented and labelled for each individual syllable within each file using the PRAAT program. These segmentation files were then used as segmentation cues to cut video files into individual syllables to be used as stimuli in speech perception experiments. The videos are in .avi format and all the audio files extracted from them are in .wav format which can be viewed via most media players. Labelled segmentation files are in .TextGrid format and can be viewed with the PRAAT program. The size of each video file is approximately 2 to 4 GB depending on the language with 266 files all together. Size of each extracted audio file is approximately 100 to 250 MB depending on the language. Size of each TextGrid file is approximately 150 to 250 KB depending on the language. </p>", "<p>This data set contains audio-visual recording of adult native speakers of Thai, Cantonese, Mandarin and Malaysian-Mandarin producing syllables with all their tones and native Lancaster English speakers producing syllables with different intonations. There are 9,500 tokens from 10 Thai speaker; 7,440 tokens from 8 Cantonese speakers; 6,144 tokens from 8 Mandarin speakers; 9,360 tokens from 10 Malaysian-Mandarin speakers; 6,500 tokens from additional 5 Thai speakers and 4,752 tokens from 8 Lancaster English speakers. Audio files were extracted from every video file using Adobe Premier Pro 2.0 or VirtualDub software then they were segmented and labelled for each individual syllable within each file using the PRAAT program. These segmentation files were then used as segmentation cues to cut video files into individual syllables to be used as stimuli in speech perception experiments. The videos are in .avi format and all the audio files extracted from them are in .wav format which can be viewed via most media players. Labelled segmentation files are in .TextGrid format and can be viewed with the PRAAT program. The size of each video file is approximately 2 to 4 GB depending on the language with 266 files all together. Size of each extracted audio file is approximately 100 to 250 MB depending on the language. Size of each TextGrid file is approximately 150 to 250 KB depending on the language. </p>", "full", "This data set contains audio-visual recording of adult native speakers of Thai, Cantonese, Mandarin and Malaysian-Mandarin producing syllables with all their tones and native Lancaster English speakers producing syllables with different intonations. There are 9,500 tokens from 10 Thai speaker; 7,440 tokens from 8 Cantonese speakers; 6,144 tokens from 8 Mandarin speakers; 9,360 tokens from 10 Malaysian-Mandarin speakers; 6,500 tokens from additional 5 Thai speakers and 4,752 tokens from 8 Lancaster English speakers. Audio files were extracted from every video file using Adobe Premier Pro 2.0 or VirtualDub software then they were segmented and labelled for each individual syllable within each file using the PRAAT program. These segmentation files were then used as segmentation cues to cut video files into individual syllables to be used as stimuli in speech perception experiments. The videos are in .avi format and all the audio files extracted from them are in .wav format which can be viewed via most media players. Labelled segmentation files are in .TextGrid format and can be viewed with the PRAAT program. The size of each video file is approximately 2 to 4 GB depending on the language with 266 files all together. Size of each extracted audio file is approximately 100 to 250 MB depending on the language. Size of each TextGrid file is approximately 150 to 250 KB depending on the language. "] Adults' Production of Speech (Optotrak Recordings) fascinator 7d78f6461d330916ee58c6dbf96457c8 2017-05-18T05:18:58Z ["This data set contains Optotrak, audio-visual as well as audio recordings of adult native speakers of Mandarin and Thai producing syllables with all their tones in both syllable and sentential context in 3 different conditions - normal speech, whispered speech and Lombard speech (noise level: 75 dB). There are 2,160 syllables and 2,160 sentences from 12 Mandarin speakers, and 1,800 syllables and 1,800 sentences from 6 Thai speakers. Optotrak raw data files are in .nrw and .nor format and data files are in .n3d, .nco, and .nov format and can be viewed using NDI First Principles or NDI DataView programs. Audio-visual videos are in .avi and audio files are in .wav format which can be viewed via most media players. Optotrak file size varies from 20 KB to5 MB depending on file type. The size for each audio file is approximately 340 to 650 MB depending on the language. Video file size is approximately 14 to 20 GB depending on the total testing time. Optotrak recordings used Northern Digital Inc./NDI Optotrak 3020 cameras with NDI Optotrak system control Unit and NDI Optotrak Data Acquisition Unit II running on a Window XP OS computer. Audio-visual video recordings used Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 software running on Lenovo ThinkPad T500 laptop and Sony HVR-V1P HDV video camera. Audio recordings used Audacity program running on Lenovo ThinkPad T500 laptop. ", "This data set contains Optotrak, audio-visual as well as audio recordings of adult native speakers of Mandarin and Thai producing syllables with all their tones in both syllable and sentential context in 3 different conditions - normal speech, whispered speech and Lombard speech (noise level: 75 dB). There are 2,160 syllables and 2,160 sentences from 12 Mandarin speakers, and 1,800 syllables and 1,800 sentences from 6 Thai speakers. Optotrak raw data files are in .nrw and .nor format and data files are in .n3d, .nco, and .nov format and can be viewed using NDI First Principles or NDI DataView programs. Audio-visual videos are in .avi and audio files are in .wav format which can be viewed via most media players. Optotrak file size varies from 20 KB to5 MB depending on file type. The size for each audio file is approximately 340 to 650 MB depending on the language. Video file size is approximately 14 to 20 GB depending on the total testing time. Optotrak recordings used Northern Digital Inc./NDI Optotrak 3020 cameras with NDI Optotrak system control Unit and NDI Optotrak Data Acquisition Unit II running on a Window XP OS computer. Audio-visual video recordings used Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 software running on Lenovo ThinkPad T500 laptop and Sony HVR-V1P HDV video camera. Audio recordings used Audacity program running on Lenovo ThinkPad T500 laptop. "] ["This data set contains Optotrak, audio-visual as well as audio recordings of adult native speakers of Mandarin and Thai producing syllables with all their tones in both syllable and sentential context in 3 different conditions - normal speech, whispered speech and Lombard speech (noise level: 75 dB). There are 2,160 syllables and 2,160 sentences from 12 Mandarin speakers, and 1,800 syllables and 1,800 sentences from 6 Thai speakers. Optotrak raw data files are in .nrw and .nor format and data files are in .n3d, .nco, and .nov format and can be viewed using NDI First Principles or NDI DataView programs. Audio-visual videos are in .avi and audio files are in .wav format which can be viewed via most media players. Optotrak file size varies from 20 KB to5 MB depending on file type. The size for each audio file is approximately 340 to 650 MB depending on the language. Video file size is approximately 14 to 20 GB depending on the total testing time. Optotrak recordings used Northern Digital Inc./NDI Optotrak 3020 cameras with NDI Optotrak system control Unit and NDI Optotrak Data Acquisition Unit II running on a Window XP OS computer. Audio-visual video recordings used Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 software running on Lenovo ThinkPad T500 laptop and Sony HVR-V1P HDV video camera. Audio recordings used Audacity program running on Lenovo ThinkPad T500 laptop. ", "This data set contains Optotrak, audio-visual as well as audio recordings of adult native speakers of Mandarin and Thai producing syllables with all their tones in both syllable and sentential context in 3 different conditions - normal speech, whispered speech and Lombard speech (noise level: 75 dB). There are 2,160 syllables and 2,160 sentences from 12 Mandarin speakers, and 1,800 syllables and 1,800 sentences from 6 Thai speakers. Optotrak raw data files are in .nrw and .nor format and data files are in .n3d, .nco, and .nov format and can be viewed using NDI First Principles or NDI DataView programs. Audio-visual videos are in .avi and audio files are in .wav format which can be viewed via most media players. Optotrak file size varies from 20 KB to5 MB depending on file type. The size for each audio file is approximately 340 to 650 MB depending on the language. Video file size is approximately 14 to 20 GB depending on the total testing time. Optotrak recordings used Northern Digital Inc./NDI Optotrak 3020 cameras with NDI Optotrak system control Unit and NDI Optotrak Data Acquisition Unit II running on a Window XP OS computer. Audio-visual video recordings used Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 software running on Lenovo ThinkPad T500 laptop and Sony HVR-V1P HDV video camera. Audio recordings used Audacity program running on Lenovo ThinkPad T500 laptop. "] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 1 during April 2013 fascinator a7a5aa06aeea46bc89ac5214bd00145e 2015-12-15T06:18:59Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period April 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of April in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity ", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period April 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of April in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity "] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period April 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of April in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity ", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period April 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of April in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity "] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 1 during August 2013 fascinator 9e44d99987e3be312d1ea4c9bc67583b 2015-07-08T06:59:35Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period August 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period August 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period August 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period August 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 1 during July 2012 to March 2013 fascinator 9b514c2df53f91525c95fce134728d27 2015-12-15T06:18:56Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2012 to March 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the full July to March in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2012 to March 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the full July to March in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2012 to March 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the full July to March in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2012 to March 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the full July to March in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 1 during July 2013 fascinator 6fdb8c082620256ea857057a014e510d 2015-07-08T06:59:29Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 1 during June 2013 fascinator ce3efb9c1b95780f6bd426fac62571a3 2015-12-15T06:19:02Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period June 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period June 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period June 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period June 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 1 during May 2013. fascinator 51c6acddaf8e9d4e0a83f9d13e1b3680 2015-12-15T06:16:45Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period May 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period May 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period May 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period May 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 1 during September 2013 fascinator fb9424d1f98c70eb8d52d8bf10afa9c4 2015-12-15T06:19:03Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period September 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period September 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period September 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 1, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period September 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 2 during April 2013 fascinator df39c082db2b9cbf9892a99fc198dfae 2015-12-15T06:19:00Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period April 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of April in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity ", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period April 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of April in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity "] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period April 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of April in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity ", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period April 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of April in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity "] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 2 during August 2013 fascinator b3642228033466367d04e2098408f105 2015-07-08T06:59:36Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period August 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period August 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period August 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period August 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 2 during July 2012 to March 2013 fascinator 099cf9bc0ccfb60c490d8651f0fb005c 2015-12-15T06:18:55Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2012 to March 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the full July to March in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity ", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2012 to March 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the full July to March in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity "] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2012 to March 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the full July to March in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity ", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2012 to March 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the full July to March in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity "] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 2 during July 2013 fascinator 0a03aa8a241b99b6121348631eebbbc0 2015-07-08T06:59:30Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period July 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 2 during June 2013 fascinator d4167ce368ba806a4d631b413042265a 2015-12-15T06:19:02Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period June 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period June 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period June 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period June 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 2 during May 2013 fascinator d35c11b437ff81f70f082e69fbf3333c 2015-12-15T06:16:46Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period May 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period May 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period May 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period May 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 2 during September 2013 fascinator a79ddfb86d7aa18d1f1e5e25946c1fa3 2015-12-15T06:19:06Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period September 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period September 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period September 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 2, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period September 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 3 during April 2013 fascinator 7cc6a8cc03556d5789e285916210ad81 2015-12-15T06:18:55Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 3, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period April 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of April in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity ", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 3, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period April 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of April in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity "] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 3, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period April 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of April in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity ", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 3, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period April 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of April in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity "] Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the UWS Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment Rainout Shelter 3 during August 2013 fascinator 64126546ae03a63fed423f483b3be4b1 2015-07-08T06:59:37Z ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 3, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period August 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 3, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period August 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."] ["This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 3, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period August 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity.", "This collection contains Air Temperature, Relative Humidity and Light measurement data from the RainOut Shelter (ROS) Facility 3, based at the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment at the University of Western Sydney. The ROS facility is a series of six large, rain-sensing, automatic retractable roof rainout shelters, that allow field-based precipitation manipulation experiments on trees in Australia. Data included in this collection includes 5-minutely averaged data from the shelter facility and 30-second data from the associated control plot for the period August 2013*. The data collection (stored in the 'BagIt' file packaging format - see draft spec http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-bagit-09) contains two files that, when unzipped, are in TOA5 file format. In addition a README.html file gives further details about each individual file. Mappings to definitions for each of the variable codes contained within these TOA5 files can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/hievuws/ (note that this url may eventually be migrated to a more permanent web location). *Some included data may not cover the month of May in its entirety and the user may therefore need to access preceding or subsequent collections. Note - this data is in raw format and as such has not yet been subjected to data cleansing. This will be done at a later date with the cleansed files uploaded as a separate entity."]