The annual cycles of CO 2 and H 2 O exchange over a northern mixed forest as observed from a very tall tower

@inproceedings{KENNE2003TheAC,
  title={The annual cycles of CO 2 and H 2 O exchange over a northern mixed forest as observed from a very tall tower},
  author={T KENNE and S HJDAvI and E PET and C H U I X I A N G Y I R S B A K W I N W and C O N G L O N G Z H A O W B E R G E R Z and L RONA and L DMTEC and N JGISEBRA},
  year={2003}
}
  • K E N N E T, H J D Av I S, +5 authors J G I S E B R A N
  • Published 2003
We present the annual patterns of net ecosystem-atmosphere exchange (NEE) of CO2 and H2O observed from a 447m tall tower sited within a mixed forest in northern Wisconsin, USA. The methodology for determining NEE from eddy-covariance flux measurements at 30, 122 and 396m above the ground, and from CO2 mixing ratio measurements at 11, 30, 76, 122, 244 and 396m is described. The annual cycle of CO2 mixing ratio in the atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) is also discussed, and the influences of local… CONTINUE READING
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