The standard instruments of flux networks around the world, including NEON, Ameriflux, ICOS, Asiaflux, and many others. Chosen after rigorous trials and testing by leading researchers.
The industry leader: downloaded over 5000 times in over 175 countries. Get real-time insights into your data with fully-processed fluxes on demand.
The powerful new eddy covariance post-processing software from LI-COR. Get to ecosystem insights faster and more reliably than ever before.
Sr. Scientist Gerardo Fratini, a key developer of Tovi software and the EddyPro flux processing engine, explains the origins and vision of Tovi with a demonstration of its capabilities.
Duration: 54 Minutes
Make your complex eddy covariance data understandable, accessible, and usable. View and export data in tabular and graphical format, quickly identify areas in need of gap filling or QA/QC, and discover trends visually in graphs, plots, and dashboards, including Fingerprint plots, Coverage graphs, and Energy Balance dashboards.
New Carbon Cycle Dashboard
The Gap Filling tool provides complete flux data for your carbon or water budget analysis with Automated Weather Station data retrieval of your drivers. New Configurable Gap Filling adds the option to fill gaps in methane fluxes, evapotranspiration, friction velocity, and more using custom drivers and thresholds. Both tools use the Marginal Distribution Sampling Method (MDS) developed by Reichstein et al. 2005. Use the same technique as FluxNet in the 2015 data synthesis at the click of a button.
New MDS Configurable Gap Filling
Determine the footprint of your flux measurements around your tower using the Flux Footprint Prediction model from Kljun et al. 2015. Visualize a 2-D footprint overlaid on a satellite image of your flux site and select unique areas around your site to aggregate into your footprint results. Easily save and export your results.
New Footprint-Driven Flux Allocation Technique
Partition your Net Ecosystem Exchange (NEE) fluxes into Gross Primary Productivity (GPP) and Ecosystem Respiration (Reco) using the Reichstein et al. (2005) “Night-time method.” This technique models ecosystem respiration primarily as a function of temperature using only night-time data.
Complete your QC with a single software package. Filter your flux data by any variable or use a slider to easily set the min/max threshold.
Use either the Change Point Detection (CPD) technique from Barr et al. (2013) or the Moving Point Detection (MPT) technique from Reichstein et al. (2005) for detection of friction velocity threshold.
The carbon cycle dashboard helps visualize the accumulation of carbon in the ecosystem, including the components of ecosystem respiration (Reco) and gross primary productivity (GPP). Two additional charts display the daily partitioning (median and ±1σ) and ecosystem flux vs. radiation.
Collaborate with the community to perform an evaluation of EC-derived energy flux correction tools from Mauder et al. (2013), Charuchittipan et al. (2014), and De Roo et al. (2018).
Learn more at tovi.io/collaboration.
Revision control for your flux data analysis! Branch-like structure allows for exploratory analysis without altering earlier versions of your data.
Export citations for the techniques used in your Tovi analysis.
Extend the capabilities of Tovi with an embedded Python and R programming environment.
Optimized for output from EddyPro Software. Import directly into Tovi and get straight to work creating sites and beginning your analysis.
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