Abstract

The National Ecological Observatory Network’s Fundamental Instrument Unit must implement > 45,000 environmental sensors at 60 different ground-based instrument sites across the United States. Here, the basic observation strategy for managing these sensors, as well as the preliminary plan for automated quality control, is presented.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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