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Over 90% of CO2 flux towers worldwide use LI-COR gas analyzers,
including the following major flux networks:

Publications:

Publication Biome Analyzer
W. Babel, T. Biermann, H. Coners, E. Falge, E. Seeber, J. Ingrisch, P.-M. Schleuß, T. Gerken, J. Leonbacher, T. Leipold, S. Willinghöfer, K. Schützenmeister, O. Shibistova, L. Becker, S. Hafner, S. Spielvogel, X. Li, X. Xu, Y. Sun, L. Zhang, Y. Yang, Y. Ma, K. Wesche, H.-F. Graf, C. Leuschner, G. Guggenberger, Y. Kuzyakov, G. Miehe, and T. Foken (2014). Pasture degradation modifies the water and carbon cycles of the Tibetan highlands. Biogeosciences, 11, 6633–6656. Alpine LI‑7500/A/RS and LI‑8100
Sturtevant, C. and W. Oechel (2013). Spatial variation in landscape‐level CO2 and CH4 fluxes from arctic coastal tundra: influence from vegetation, wetness, and the thaw lake cycle. Global Change Biology, 19(9), 2853-2866. Arctic Tundra LI‑7700
Emmerton, C., V. St Louis, I. Lehnherr, E. Humphreys, E. Rydz, and H. Kosolofski (2014). The net exchange of methane with high Arctic landscapes during the summer growing season. Biogeosciences, 11, 3095-3106, doi:10.5194/bg-11-3095-2014. Arctic Tundra LI‑7700
Watts, J., J. Kimball, F. Parmentier, T. Sachs, J. Rinne, D. Zona, and M. Aurela (2014). A satellite data driven biophysical modeling approach for estimating northern peatland and tundra CO2and CH4 fluxes. Biogeosciences, 11(7), 1961-1980. Arctic Tundra LI‑7700
Xu, L., X. Lin, J. Amen, K. Welding, and D. McDermitt (2014). Impact of changes in barometric pressure on landfill methane emission. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 28, 679–695, doi:10.1002/2013GB004571. Landfill LI‑7700, LI‑7500A/RS
Jia, X., T. Zha, B. Wu, Y. Zhang, J. Gong, S. Qin, G. Chen, D. Qian, S. Kellomaki, and H. Peltola (2014). Biophysical controls on net ecosystem CO2 exchange over a semiarid shrubland in northwest China. Biogeosciences, 11, 4679-4693. Shrubland LI‑7200/RS
Lingfei Yu, Hao Wang, Guangshuai Wang, Weimin Song, Yao Huang, Sheng-Gong Li, Naishen Liang, Yanhong Tang, Jin-Sheng He, 2013. A comparison of methane emission measurements using eddy covariance and manual and automated chamber-based techniques in Tibetan Plateau alpine wetland. Environmental Pollution 181 (2013) 81-90. Alpine Wetland LI‑7700
Ma. Carmelita R. Alberto, Roland J. Buresh, Takashi Hirano, Akira Miyata, Reiner Wassmann, James R. Quilty, Teodoro Q. Correa Jr, Joseph Sandro. Carbon uptake and water productivity for dry-seeded rice and hybrid maize grown with overhead sprinkler irrigation. Field Crops Research 146 (2013) 51–65. Agricultural LI‑7500/A/RS
Sigrid Dengel, Peter E. Levy, John Grace, Stephanie K. Jones, and Ute M. Skiba (2011), Methane emissions from sheep pasture, measured with an open-path eddy covariance system. Global Change Biology, Volume 17, Issue 12, pg 3524-3533. Grassland LI‑7700, LI‑7200/RS
Cove Sturtevant, Walt Oechel, Donatella Zona, and Craig Emerson (2011), Soil moisture control over autumn season methane flux, Arctic Coastal Plain of Alaska. Biogeosciences Discussions, 8, 6519-6554, doi:10.5194/bgd-8-6519-2011. Artic Tundra LI‑7700, LI‑7500/A/RS
Chad Hanson and Andres Schmidt (2011), Report from the AmeriFlux Quality Assurance Group: Who We Are and What We Do. FluxLetter: The Newsletter of FLUXNET, Vol. 4 No. 1, April 2011 Burned Forest; Shrubland; Savannah; Forest LI‑7500/A/RS, LI‑7200/RS
Hongyan Luo, Henry W. Loescher, Edward Ayres (2011), Prototyping NEON's eddy covariance measurements: Comparison of two closed-path infra-red gas analyzers. 96th ESA Annual Meeting, August 8th, 2011. -- LI‑7200/RS
Erik Sahlée, Anna Rutgersson, Eva Podgrajsek, and David Bastviken (2011), Eddy-covariance measurements of methane fluxes from a Swedish lake. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 13, EGU2011-11914-8, 2011, Vol. 13, EGU2011-11914-8, 2011. Aquatic LI‑7700, LI‑7500/A/RS
J.L. Lewicki, G.E. Hilley, L. Dobeck, B.D.V. Marino, 2011. Eddy covariance imaging of diffuse volcanic CO2 emissions at Mammoth Mountain, CA, USA. Bull Volcanol doi 10.1007/s00445-011-0503-y. Alpine LI‑7500/A/RS
S.D. Miller, C. Marandino, and E.S. Saltzman, 2010. Ship-based measurement of air-sea CO2 exchange by eddy covariance. Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 115, D02304, doi:10.1029/2009JD012193, 2010. Aquatic LI‑7500/A/RS
Liukang Xu, Dennis D. Baldocchi, 2004. Seasonal variation in carbon dioxide exchange over a Mediterranean annual grassland in California. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 1232: 79-96. Grassland LI‑7500/A/RS
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. Peatland; Wetland LI‑7700, LI‑7500/A/RS
Burba, G., A. Schmidt, R. Scott, T. Nakai, J. Kathilankal, G. Fratini, C. Hanson, B. Law, D. McDermitt, R. Eckles, M. Furtaw, and M.Velgersdyk, 2012. Calculating CO2 and H2O eddy covariance fluxes from an enclosed gas analyzer using an instantaneous mixing ratio. Global Change Biology, 18(1): 385-399 Burned Forest; Shrubland; Savannah; Forest; Rye Grass; Grassland; Agricultural Grassland LI‑7200/RS
Nakai T, Iwata H, Harazono Y (2011) Importance of mixing ratio for a long-term CO2 flux measurement with a closed-path system. Tellus B, DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0889. 2011.00538.x Burned Forest LI‑7200/RS
Burba, G., D. McDermitt, D. Anderson, M. Furtaw, and R. Eckles, 2010. Novel design of an enclosed CO2/H2O gas analyzer for Eddy Covariance flux measurements. Tellus B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology, 62(5): 743-748 Rye Grass LI-7200/RS

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