A tunnel-shaped flow-through chamber for minimum disturbance net ecosystem flux measurements

A. Graf, A. van de Boer, J. Werner, M. Langensiepen, M. Schmidt, D. Schüttemeyer, H. Vereecken

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Abstract

Eddy covariance measurements are the method of choice to determine net land surface – atmosphere fluxes of energy and matter, but in some cases cannot be applied in a representative way. In particular, requirements on the measurement height and the principles underlying the fetch or footprint of the sensor inhibit straightforward application in small (
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedins of the 30th AMS Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology/First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences, 29 May- 01 June 2012, Bosotn, USA
PublisherAmerican Meteorological Society
PagesJ9.2
Publication statusPublished - 2012
Event30th AMS Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology/First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences -
Duration: 28 May 20121 Jun 2012

Conference

Conference30th AMS Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology/First Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences
Period28/05/121/06/12

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