The same LI-600 that delivers rapid and precise stomatal conductance and chlorophyll a fluorescence measurements now includes a GPS receiver and accelerometer/magnetometer for determining a leaf’s angle of incidence to the sun, the main driver of photosynthetic activity.
In this webinar, Doug Lynch, Senior Scientist in Environmental Research and Development at LI-COR, will introduce these new features and demonstrate, with data from a sample study of diurnal measurements on a cherry tree, how leaf angle is related to PAR over the course of a day.
He will also give an overview of additional new features:
The new barcode generator and updated workflow is also available to users of the first generation of the LI-600.
Join us to learn how these new features add dimension to your stomatal conductance and chlorophyll fluorescent data.