Gas Flux & Turbulence / Gas Flux & Turbulence

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What is Micrometeorology?

Micrometeorology is a study of the boundary layer and surface exchanges of greenhouse gases, water and heat at the due to turbulence. Studies are typically undertaken in natural environments such as over water or above a tree canopy, or, in human-influenced ecosystems such a field of crops or even urban environments.

micromet solutions

Campbell Scientific offers a range of micrometeological sensors and systems for measuring greenhouse gases and energy fluxes: 

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Most of the systems we sell are customised. Tell us what you need and we'll help you configure a system that meets your exact needs.

More Details about Our Gas Flux & Turbulence Systems

Add energy balance or biomet sensors, such as:

HMP155A-L
Temperature and Relative Humidity Probe
NR-LITE2-L
Net Radiometer
NR01-L
4-Component Net Radiometer
CNR4-L
4-Component Net Radiometer
TCAV-L
Averaging Soil Thermocouple Probe
CS616
Water Content Reflectometer
CS650
30 cm Soil Water Content Reflectometer
CS655-L
12 cm Soil Water Content Reflectometer
HFP01-L
Soil Heat Flux Plate
HFP01SC-L
Self-Calibrating Soil Heat Flux Plate

Case Studies

Tasmania: Ecological Research
The Warra long-term ecological research (LTER) site located in Southwestern Tasmania was founded in 1995......read more
India: Rice-Field Greenhouse Gases
The cultivation of rice—the staple food for India, as well as for approximately half the......read more
Canada: Forest Carbon Sequestration
Forest habitats contribute more than any other terrestrial biome to carbon cycles and processes. It......read more
Colorado: RWIS Data from ALERT System
Networks using the ALERT protocol are designed to give immediate access to data that indicates......read more
California: Turbulence Study in Walnut Orchard
Understanding the exchanges of energy, water, and carbon dioxide between the atmosphere, land, and plants......read more
Australia: OzFace—Carbon Dioxide and Climate Change
An experimental facility (OzFace) has been established in Townsville, Australia to examine the impacts of......read more
Central Asia: Rangeland CO2 Monitoring
Three Bowen ratio stations monitor CO2 fluxes in the grasslands of Central Asia. The stations,......read more
Korea: Flux Monitoring over a Rice Paddy
With instrumentation and help from Campbell Scientific, personnel from the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at......read more

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  1. Most Campbell Scientific systems are built from individual components. This provides maximum flexibility for our customers, but it does not lend itself to pricing a "typical" system. Contact Campbell Scientific for assistance in pricing a system to meet the unique needs of the application.

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