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Abisko Stordalen igloo and instruments
Photo: Christian Stiegler
Geological map (1:250'000) of the area around station Abisko-Stordalen. The flux tower is located in the center of the map. The map is generated with the map generator of the Geological Survey of Sweden (SGU).
Where does the air come from that is measured at 2.2 m height at the tower? Footprint area for July 2014 in Abisko-Stordalen. Each contour line adds 10% contribution starting at the tower (red dot); the background map is an illustration of the vegetation height; footprint model FFP (Kljun et al. 2015).
Vegetation map of Abisko-Stordalen. 1: Palsa peatland complex (Sphagnum, Eriophorum, Empetrum, Betula nana etc.) and 2: Birch forest (Betula pubescens ssp.), mixed with smaller peatlands.
Soil map (1:250'000) of the area around station Abisko-Stordalen. The flux tower is located in the center of the map. The map is generated with the map generator of the Geological Survey of Sweden (SGU).
Wind rose Abisko-Stordalen. Data from 2014-01-01 until 2016-11-20 measured with a
Climate diagram Abisko. The diagram displays monthly averages for temperature and precipitation. Darker colors refer to the 1961-1990 normal and brighter colors to the data period 1981-2010. When the precipitation curve undercuts the temperature curve, this indicates dry season. When the precipitation curve exceeds the temperature curve, this indicates moist season.