An automated dynamic chamber system for surface exchange measurement of non-reactive and reactive trace gases of grassland ecosystems

@inproceedings{Pape2008AnAD,
  title={An automated dynamic chamber system for surface exchange measurement of non-reactive and reactive trace gases of grassland ecosystems},
  author={Luc Pape and Christof Ammann and Aurelia Nyfeler-Brunner and Christoph Spirig and Korbinian Hens and Franz X. Meixner},
  year={2008}
}
We present an automated dynamic chamber system which is optimised for continuous unattended flux measurements of multiple non-reactive and reactive trace gases on grassland ecosystems. Main design features of our system are (a) highly transparent chamber walls consisting of chemically inert material, (b) individual purging flow units for each chamber, and (c) a movable lid for automated opening and closing of the chamber. The purging flow rate was chosen high enough to keep the mean residence… CONTINUE READING

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