Monitoring Sites - Cape Tribulation

Introduction | Contacts | Purpose | Site Description | Measurements | DEM | Pictures

Introduction

Far North Queensland flux stations map

This map from Google. Map data: Landsat, SIO, NOAA, U.S. Navy, NGA, GEBCO

The Cape Tribulation flux station was established in March 2001 and data collection completed in February 2019. The station was located in the Daintree Rainforest Observatory at Cape Tribulation, 120km from Cairns in Far North Queensland.

It was managed by James Cook University external link staff as part of the (TERN) external link (DIISR funded) FNQ Rainforest Supersite. Equipment was provided by grants from the ARC external link (RIEFP) and JCU.

Past support was from the Rainforest CRC and Department of Environment and Heritage - Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility Project 5ii.2. Climate Change: Scaling from trees to ecosystems and the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) external link.

Contacts

Assoc. Prof. Michael Liddell
Principle Investigator - OzFlux FNQ Rainforest
James Cook University Cairns Campus
PO Box 6811
Cairns QLD 4870
ph: +61 7 4232 1275

Modified: 15/06/21