References & Links

Journal References

Use the academic search engines below to find references to the LI‑3100 or LI‑3100C in many peer reviewed scientific publications.

For best results, start with either of the two search queries (LI-3100 or LI‑3100C) provided below or use the forms to customize a search. Results open in a new window.

References from HighWire Press
- Internet Imprint of the Stanford University Libraries

Highwire Press at Standford University

References from Google Scholar

Common Internet searches can be performed with Google, and many articles can be found with Google Scholar:

Google Scholar

Frequently Asked Questions

Q What do I need to make basic eddy covariance measurements?

Q Are there restrictions on where I can use the eddy covariance method?

Q What sonic anemometers can I use with LI-COR gas analyzers?

Q Why do we need coordinate rotation in eddy covariance data processing?

Q Why do we consider the Webb-Pearman-Leuning (WPL) term in eddy covariance data processing?

Q What is the Webb-Pearman-Leuning (WPL) term for Eddy Covariance flux? Do I need it?

Q Do I need to measure the water vapor concentrations when measuring CO2 concentrations and computing eddy covariance CO2 flux with data from closed path analyzers, such as the LI-6251, LI-6252, LI-6262, or LI-7000?

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