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Atmos. Meas. Tech., 10, 869-880, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-10-869-2017
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09 Mar 2017
Flux calculation of short turbulent events – comparison of three methods
Carsten Schaller et al.

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The eddy covariance (EC) method allows for measuring and calculating vertical turbulent exchange fluxes between ecosystems and the atmosphere. It fails in non-steady-state flow conditions, e.g. in Arctic regions. Two alternative calculation methods, conditional sampling and wavelet analysis, were implemented and compared to EC. Wavelet analysis for allows calculating a trustworthy flux even in non-stationary times and offers new possibilities for exact flux calculation in difficult environments.
The eddy covariance (EC) method allows for measuring and calculating vertical turbulent exchange...
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