FLUXNET Takes a Look at Sites Measuring Methane Emissions

FLUXNET Takes a Look at Sites Measuring Methane Emissions

The January 2012 issue of FluxLetter-The Newsletter of Fluxnet-focuses on methane flux measurements within the FLUXNET community. This issue includes profiles of several wetland and peatland research sites around the world where scientists measure methane emissions. It provides a list of other methane flux research sites, as well as the habitat type, the year measurements began and the instrumentation at each site. Click here to read more about the fascinating research taking place at these sites.

3 thoughts on “FLUXNET Takes a Look at Sites Measuring Methane Emissions

  1. Hi Julio,

    Some suggestions are:

    D. McDermitt, G. Burba, L. Xu, T. Anderson, A. Komissarov, B. Riensche, J. Schedlbauer, G. Starr, D. Zona, W. Oeschel, S. Oberbauer, and S. Hastings, 2010. A new low-power, open-path instrument for measuring methane flux by eddy covariance. Appl Phys B: Lasers and Optics, 102: 391-405.

    and

    Matteo Detto, Joseph Verfaillie, Frank Anderson, Liukang Xu, Dennis Baldocchi, Comparing laser-based open- and closed-path gas analyzers to measure methane fluxes using the eddy covariance method, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Volume 151, Issue 10, 15 October 2011, Pages 1312-1324.

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