Vol. 32, issue 11, article # 11

Krivenok L.A., Suvorov G.G., Avilov V.K., Sirin A.A. Eddy covariance measurement of CO2, CH4, and H2O fluxes: Use of a mobile tower and taking into account the changing fetch. // Optika Atmosfery i Okeana. 2019. V. 32. No. 11. P. 942–950 [in Russian].
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Abstract:

A possibility of short-term (from 1–2 days) eddy covariance measurements with the use of mobile complex of equipment is shown as well as with fetch and wind direction as filtering parameters for flux separation from concrete site (the case of secondary waterlogged peatland in Moscow region). Obtained СО2, СH4, and H2O fluxes allow to deduce diurnal dynamics in different meteorological conditions and from different contiguous areas with one changes in the wind direction. Application of the multiple-stage filtering leads to separate representative amount of 30-minutes average values, which afterwards could be used for analyzing of the dependences between fluxes and ecological parameters, modeling, making estimates for longer periods, comparing with data obtained by chamber method and are complement for the inventory of greenhouse gas sources and sinks.

Keywords:

eddy covariance method, peatland, fluxes, methane, carbon dioxide, water vapor, footprint, fetch, data filtering

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