Experimental energy and gas exchange ATS546

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Advanced undergraduate and graduate level class on field experimental methods to quantify the atmospheric carbon dioxide, water, methane, heat, momentum, and radiative exchange at the vegetation-land-ocean-air interface. Techniques include bulk and gradient approaches, and eddy covariance. The central activity consists of student teams designing and conducting a field experiment, analyzing and interpreting observations, and presenting results. The class is delivered as a mix of introductory lectures (2 weeks), design and calibration of instrument in the laboratory (2 weeks), field deployment and data collection (1 to 2 weeks), data analysis and interpretation in the computer lab (2 weeks), and presentation of group and individual projects (1 week).

Instructor: Christoph Thomas will teach this class in spring term 2013, 2015, etc


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