Hydrocarbon fluxes above a Scots pine forest canopy : Measurements and modeling

@inproceedings{Rinne2007HydrocarbonFA,
  title={Hydrocarbon fluxes above a Scots pine forest canopy : Measurements and modeling},
  author={Jennifer Rinne and Risto Taipale and Tiina Markkanen and Taina M. Ruuskanen and Heidi Hell{\'e}n and Maija K Kajos and Timo Vesala and Markku Kulmala},
  year={2007}
}
We measured the fluxes of several hydrocarbon species above a Scots pine ( Pinus sylvestris) stand using disjunct eddy covariance technique with proton transfer reaction – mass spectrometry. The measurements were conducted during four days in July at SMEAR II research station in Hyytiälä, Finland. Compounds which showed significant emission fluxes were methanol, acetaldehyde, acetone, and monoterpenes. A stochastic Lagrangian transport model with simple chemical degradation was applied to… CONTINUE READING
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