Isoprene and monoterpene fluxes from Central Amazonian rainforest inferred from tower-based and airborne measurements , and implications on the atmospheric chemistry and the local carbon budget

@inproceedings{Kuhn2007IsopreneAM,
  title={Isoprene and monoterpene fluxes from Central Amazonian rainforest inferred from tower-based and airborne measurements , and implications on the atmospheric chemistry and the local carbon budget},
  author={Ulrike Kuhn and Meinrat O Andreae and Christof Ammann and Alessandro C. M. de Ara{\'u}jo and Enzo Brancaleoni and Paolo Ciccioli and Tamara Dindorf and Massimiliano Frattoni and Luciana Vanni Gatti and Laurens Ganzeveld and Bart 5 Kruijt and J Lelieveld and Jon Lloyd and Franz X. Meixner and Antonio Donato Nobre and Ulrich P{\"o}schl and Christoph Spirig and P. Stefani and Anika Thielmann and Riccardo Valentini and J{\"u}rgen Kesselmeier},
  year={2007}
}
We estimated the isoprene and monoterpene source strengths of a pristine tropical forest north of Manaus in the central Amazon Basin using three different micrometeorological flux measurement approaches. During the early dry season campaign of the Cooperative LBA Airborne Regional Experiment (LBA-CLAIRE-2001), a towerbased surface layer gradient (SLG) technique was applied simultaneously with a relaxed eddy accumulation (REA) system. Airborne measurements of vertical profiles within and above… CONTINUE READING