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June 15th, 2012 by Brian Campbell
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
University of Michigan
Today the skies are clear. PALS is flying again today, and also flew on June 12th. So this is the third PALS flight day. There is hardly a cloud in sight anywhere as PALS takes off. The soil moisture sampling crews are out.
Location of the forest sites (red) and cropland fields (blue) where access for sampling was granted. Fields where the AAFC long term in situ stations are installed are identified in orange.
Pasture just outside F2 has to be crossed to enter the site. Approximate distance from car to entrance of site is about 300 meters (Day 1: 6/7/2012).
F2 S1: Mariko at easternmost point. Very clay-rich soil in marshy vegetation (6/7/2012).
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