• Chemistry
  • Published 1996

Measurement of hydrocarbon and carbon dioxide fluxes from a Sitka spruce forest using micrometeorological techniques.

@inproceedings{Beverland1996MeasurementOH,
  title={Measurement of hydrocarbon and carbon dioxide fluxes from a Sitka spruce forest using micrometeorological techniques.},
  author={J. I. Beverland and Ronnie Milne and Claudine Boissard and D. H. O'neill and John Moncrieff and Charlie Hewitt},
  year={1996}
}
CO2 and hydrocarbon fluxes from a sitka spruce forest were measured using a conditional sampling method. The method was used in two ways: (1) an automated system was used to monitor continuously the mixing ratio difference of total hydrocarbons and CO2 in sampling lines for updraught and downdraught air and (2) conditionally sampled updraught and downdraught air was passed through adsorption tubes, which subsequently were analyzed in the laboratory, to determine the fluxes of nonmethane… CONTINUE READING