Development and validation of inexpensive, automated, dynamic flux chambers

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  title={Development and validation of inexpensive, automated, dynamic flux chambers},
  author={B. B. Almand-Hunter and J. W. Thomson Walker and Nicholas Masson and Lauren M Hafford and Michael Hannigan},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract. We developed and validated an automated, inexpensive, and continuous multiple-species gas-flux monitoring system that can provide data for a variety of relevant atmospheric pollutants, including O 3 , CO 2 , and NO x . Validation consisted of conducting concurrent gas-phase dry-deposition experiments, using both dynamic flux chambers and an eddy-covariance system, in a grassy clearing in the Duke Forest (Chapel Hill, NC). Experiments were carried out in June and September under a… CONTINUE READING

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