Application of an alternative method to derive reliable estimates of nighttime respiration from eddy covariance measurements in moderately complex topography
Even moderately complex topography can lead to significant horizontal and vertical advection and a consequent underestimation of nocturnal CO2 effluxes derived from eddy covariance measurements on a single tower. The standard approach to select nighttime
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