Estimating Tracer Emissions with a Backward Lagrangian Stochastic Technique

@inproceedings{Flesch2005EstimatingTE,
  title={Estimating Tracer Emissions with a Backward Lagrangian Stochastic Technique},
  author={T. K. Flesch and John D. Wilson},
  year={2005}
}
Common micrometeorological techniques for determining surface emissions (e.g., eddy covariance, flux gradient, integrated horizontal flux) have two important limitations. On a practical level they require substantial or complex instrumentation: e.g., multiple height measurements of concentration and windspeed, fast-response concentration sensors, etc. A more fundamental problem is the restrictions these techniques place on a measurement site. Most require a flat and homogeneous location with a… CONTINUE READING

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