Nighttime averaged ecosystem fluxes of COS and CO2 obtained through the radon-tracer and eddy-covariance method as presented in "Canopy uptake dominates nighttime carbonyl sulfide fluxes in a boreal forest" published in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics.
An updated version was made available on 31-08-2017. We have updated the analysis to use only data with sun elevation below 0° in the calculation of nighttime fluxes using the radon-tracer method. This update was based on the review in ACPD.
|Date made available||16-May-2017|
|Publisher||University of Groningen|
|Temporal coverage||Jun-2015 - Nov-2015|
|Geographical coverage||Hyytiälä, Finland|
- carbon monoxide
- carbon dioxide
- carbonyl sulfide fluxes
- boreal forest
- SMEAR II station
- radon-tracer method