GAME-T2 DataCenter : Field Observation

Field Observation

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Distributed GAME-T2 Servers

outside of GAME-T site

Data Contents

Tower (Flux) Observation at EGAT-Tower
Result of the observation at the EGAT Tower (Daily average value) provided by Mr. Toda, FFPRI, Japan. Link to GAME-AAN dataset is also provided.
Flux Observation at KogMa Forest Site
GAME-AAN dataset contains observation recorded at Kog-Ma forest site. A link is provided to the dataset.
Flux Observation at Sukhothai Paddy Field
Daily flux data observed at GAME-T paddy field site near Sukhothai. Dataset was fed by Prof. Aoki, Tokyo University of Agruculture and Technology, Japan.
Mirror Dataset of GAME-AAN flux observation
This is the mirrored (copied) dataset of GAME-AAN result for 1998.
Mae Chaem River intensive rainfall observation
A group lead by Dr. Kuraji et al. set 15 rainfall gauges within Mae Cham River Basin. They published the observed rainfall data. Monthly and Daily values are available(at longest, 1997/09/03-2001/End are available).
2003Sep08 : Datasets for 2000 and 2001 Added!
Khuwae Noi River water balance observation
A group lead by Sub Director Mr. Nakane, Japan, and RID staffs set intensive hydrometeorological observation network in Khuwae Noi River basin. Their measurement continued from 1996 to 2000. This is a complete copy of their final dataset product. Prof. Nakae distributed it to GAME-T Data center.
2003 Mar 21 New!
Solar Radiation Observation for all over Thailand
A group lead by Prof. Aoki has been observing solar radiation amount at eleven TMD-AGROMET stations. Daily values are now distributed to this data-center and now under processing.

Links to General Information

Strategy of 1-D flux observation in GAME-T outside of GAME-T WWW Site
From The Implementation Plan of GAME-Tropics (draft, 1996). You can easily know the entire plan of point flux observation in GAME-T.

Site Information (those which are no data available)

Flux observation at Sukhothai paddy field outside of GAME-T WWW Site
Notice : Above link is outside of this DataCenter (from GAIN) and contains no data
RID 'P.14' Station outside of GAME-T WWW Site
Photo of P.14 river discharge station by Dr. Shiraki, Tokyo Univ., Japan. From Dr. Shiraki's record on GAME-T field observation.
Khuwae Noi River Watershed Experiment (in Japanese) outside of GAME-T WWW Site in Japanese
A group led by Mr. Nakane, National Research Center for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention, Japan , set discharge gauging equipment at 'N.22' point and 5 automatic weather station ,as well as some soil moisture measurement and 8 rain gauges, within Khwae Noi River basin (drainage area is about 4800km2, range of altitude within watershed is approx. 50 to 2100m). This WWW resource gives us a brief explanation of that project and result.

Other Information outside of GAME-T WWW Site

Mae Chaem
Photo of some stations of Mae Chaem rainfall measurement project by Dr. Shiraki, Tokyo Univ., Japan. From Dr. Shiraki's record on GAME-T field observation.


Data Policy of Whole GAME
From GAIN-HUB WWW Site. Strategy, guideline for data exchange etc.
Data Collection Plan
From The Implementation Plan of GAME-Tropics draft in 1996, by Japanese sub-comittee on GAME-T.
GAME-T Observations at a glance
A 32KB GIF image showing observation schedule by Prof. Oki
GAME-T/Thailand/Chao Phraya Observing Stations
A 24KB GIF image showing a map of observation stations made by Prof. Oki (See also new black-and-white version).
Summary of GAME-T Data Plan
From AMON(Asian Meteorology Online Newsletter), VOL. 1, NO. 4 (September 1997). Brief introduction of GAME-T data management strategy by Prof. Oki

outside of GAME-T site=URL outside of this site | Data is protected by password=Data is protected (fully or partly) by password when accessed by on-line.

***** On-line resources at IIS, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan *****
GAME-T Data Center | GAME-T | Musiake and Oki Lab.(GAME-T headquarters), IIS, Univ. of Tokyo, Japanoutside of GAME-T site

***** On-line resources at NRCT, Bangkok, Thailand *****
GAME-T Data Center | GAME-T | NRCT Homepage outside of GAME-T site
This server was established in July 2002, on the courtesy of NRCT foreign affair division, and is being maintained by computer technology staffs in NRCT.

Dataset Manager : Dr. AGATA, Yasushi, JAMSTEC, Japan (

Date of Last Modification : Sep 8, 2008