Time-varying (Dynamic) Metadata

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  • #3936

    lmorillas
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    Hi all,

    I am processing data from an EC tower (Young-81000 + Licor7500a) where both instruments height ( absolute and relative to each other) and position have been changed once during the our measurements time period. I have been able to use a Dynamic metadata file to consider changes on height of the master anemometer, Northward and eastward separation of XXX analyzer from master anemometer when processing the complete data records. However, I see that Vertical separation of the gas analyzer from master anemometer is not included in the table of all variables that can be included in the Dynamic metadata file. How can I include this parameter in my Dynamic metadata table to consider this field set up change for correctly process our measurements record? The forth of the next parameter where affected by field set up change in our field site: height of the master anemometer, Northward separation of XXX analyzer from master anemometer, Eastward separation of XXX analyzer from master anemometer, and Vertical separation of XXX analyzer from master anemometer. Thanks!

    #3937

    IsraelB
    Keymaster

    Hello,
    You can include vertical separation by including the field ‘co2_irga_vertical_separation’ or ‘h2o_irga_vertical_separation’.
    Here are the metadata field names for the four parameters
    ‘master_sonic_height’
    ‘xxx_irga_northward_separation’
    ‘xxx_irga_eastward_separation’
    ‘xxx_irga_vertical_separation’

    Hope that helps.
    Israel

    #3940

    lmorillas
    Participant

    This is great Israel!
    Thanks a lot! this is all I needed to know :).
    It would be good to add this info in the next update of the EDDYPRO manual.

    Best,

    Laura

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