Surface Atmosphere Exchange Technical Working Group
NEON measures in situ the surface-atmosphere exchange of momentum, heat and several climate-relevant trace gases. To be representative of the true net exchange, these methods utilize several far-reaching assumptions. The Surface Atmosphere Exchange Technical Working Group recommends, develops and revises data processing techniques that allow (i) testing to which degree these assumptions are fulfilled, and (ii) quantifying residual uncertainty terms.
If you would like to join or have questions or comments for this working group, please contact Stefan Metzger.
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|Tobias Gerken||Montana State University|
|Tarek El-Madany||Max-Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry|
|Sebastian Wolf||ETH Zurich|
|Natascha Kljun||Swansea University|
|Kyaw Tha Paw U||University of California, Davis|
|Jordan Goodrich||Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego|
|Harry McCaughey||Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada|
|George Burba||LI-COR Biosciences / University of Nebraska-Lincoln|
|Eugenie Euskirchen||University of Alaska Fairbanks, Institute of Arctic Biology|
|Eugenie Paul-Limoges||ETH Zurich|
|Dario Papale||University of Tuscia Viterbo|
|Ankur Desai||University of Wisconsin|
|Stefan Metzger||National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON)|