• Chemistry
  • Published 2014

Advances in Air-Sea CO2 Flux Measurement by Eddy Correlation

@inproceedings{Blomquist2014AdvancesIA,
  title={Advances in Air-Sea CO2 Flux Measurement by Eddy Correlation},
  author={Byron W. Blomquist and Barry J. Huebert and Christopher W. Fairall and Ludovic Bariteau and James B. Edson and Jeffrey Edgar Hare and Wade R. McGillis},
  year={2014}
}
Eddy-correlation measurements of the oceanic CO2 flux are useful for the devel- opment and validation of air-sea gas exchange models and for analysis of the marine carbon cycle. Results from more than a decade of published work and from two recent field pro- grams illustrate the principal interferences from water vapour and motion, demonstrating experimental approaches for improving measurement precision and accuracy. Water vapour cross-sensitivity is the greatest source of error for CO2 flux… CONTINUE READING

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