Eddy Covariance Method
for Scientific, Industrial, Agricultural, and Regulatory Applications
by George Burba
Published June, 2013
Step-by-Step Guide to Flux Measurements.
Including theory, experiment design, implementation, data processing, and analysis.
The "Eddy Covariance Method for Scientific, Industrial, Agricultural, and Regulatory Applications: A Field Book on Measuring Ecosystem Gas Exchange and Areal Emission Rates" book is intended to familiarize the reader with the general theoretical principles, requirements, applications, and planning and processing steps of the eddy covariance method. This book will assist readers in furthering their understanding of the method, and provides references such as micrometeorology textbooks, networking guidelines and journal papers. In particular, it is designed to help scientific, industrial, agricultural, and regulatory research projects and monitoring programs with field deployment of the eddy covariance method in applications beyond micrometeorology.Download Free PDF Order Hard Copy (75 USD)
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Burba, G., 2013. Eddy Covariance Method for Scientific, Industrial, Agricultural, and Regulatory Applications: A Field Book on Measuring Ecosystem Gas Exchange and Areal Emission Rates. LI-COR Biosciences, Lincoln, NE, USA, 331 pp.
This book was authored by LI-COR Principal Scientist George Burba. Dr. Burba has been an integral member of the advanced research and development group responsible for research and development of fast-response gas analyzers. He has authored or co-authored over 170 journal and conference papers, books, and book chapters relevant to the eddy covariance technique, and has been an invited speaker at international conferences on flux measurements. He has conducted over 20 field campaigns and stand-alone eddy covariance experiments, and collaborated with researchers from Ameriflux, Asia Flux, Canadian Carbon Program, CarboEurope, Fluxnet, ICOS, NEON, OzFlux and other flux networks.
Contact LI-COR to request previous version (published November 2012)A Brief Practical Guide to Eddy Covariance Flux Measurements
by George Burba and Dan Anderson