Measurement of horizontal and vertical advection of CO2 within a forest canopy
Eddy covariance measurements often underestimate the net exchange of CO2 between forest canopies and the atmosphere under stable atmospheric conditions, when horizontal and vertical advection are significant. A novel experimental design was used to measure all terms in the mass balance of CO2 in a 50 m × 50 m wide, 6 m tall control volume (CV) located on the floor of a 40 m tall Eucalyptus forest to examine the contributions of the eddy flux, the change in storage and the horizontal and...[Show more]
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