The Eddy Covariance Method - Theory and Implementation (1 of 5)

As Earth's climate warms, understanding how greenhouse gases move between the atmosphere and biosphere is more important than ever. The eddy covariance method (also known as the eddy flux method) is a well-developed micrometeorological technique that is used to address this topic. The information it provides is invaluable for refining global climate models, and it can also help guide ecosystem management decisions. In this webinar, we will discuss the theory behind the technique and its advantages over other similar techniques. We also discuss the instrumentation used in eddy covariance systems and conclude with practical examples that show how they are implemented.


Dave Johnson

Jiahong Li

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