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FluXNET-CH4 synthesis activity objectives, observations, and future directions

  • Author(s): Knox, SH;
  • Jackson, RB;
  • Poulter, B;
  • McNicol, G;
  • Fluet-Chouinard, E;
  • Zhang, Z;
  • Hugelius, G;
  • Bousquet, P;
  • Canadell, JG;
  • Saunois, M;
  • Papale, D;
  • Chu, H;
  • Keenan, TF;
  • Baldocchi, D;
  • Torn, MS;
  • Mammarella, I;
  • Trotta, C;
  • Aurela, M;
  • Bohrer, G;
  • Campbell, DI;
  • Cescatti, A;
  • Chamberlain, S;
  • Chen, J;
  • Chen, W;
  • Dengel, S;
  • Desai, AR;
  • Euskirchen, E;
  • Friborg, T;
  • Gasbarra, D;
  • Goded, I;
  • Goeckede, M;
  • Heimann, M;
  • Helbig, M;
  • Hirano, T;
  • Hollinger, DY;
  • Iwata, H;
  • Kang, M;
  • Klatt, J;
  • Krauss, KW;
  • Kutzbach, L;
  • Lohila, A;
  • Mitra, B;
  • Morin, TH;
  • Nilsson, MB;
  • Niu, S;
  • Noormets, A;
  • Oechel, WC;
  • Peichl, M;
  • Peltola, O;
  • Reba, ML;
  • Richardson, AD;
  • Runkle, BRK;
  • Ryu, Y;
  • Sachs, T;
  • Schäfer, KVR;
  • Schmid, HP;
  • Shurpali, N;
  • Sonnentag, O;
  • Tang, ACI;
  • Ueyama, M;
  • Vargas, R;
  • Vesala, T;
  • Ward, EJ;
  • Windham-Myers, L;
  • Wohlfahrt, G;
  • Zona, D
  • et al.
Abstract

We describe a new coordination activity and initial results for a global synthesis of eddy covariance CH4 flux measurements.

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