Conditional sampling for measuring mercury vapor fluxes

@inproceedings{Cobosa2002ConditionalSF,
  title={Conditional sampling for measuring mercury vapor fluxes},
  author={Douglas R. Cobosa and John M. Bakerb and Edward A. Natera},
  year={2002}
}
  • Douglas R. Cobosa, John M. Bakerb, Edward A. Natera
  • Published 2002
Surface–atmosphere mercury fluxes are difficult to measure accurately. Current techniques include dynamic flux chambers and micrometeorological gradient and aerodynamic approaches, all of which have a number of intrinsic problems associated with them. We have adapted conditional sampling (relaxed eddy accumulation), a micrometeorological technique commonly used to measure other trace gas fluxes, to measure surface–air mercury fluxes. Our initial flux measurement campaign over an agricultural… CONTINUE READING

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