Eddy Correlation Measurement of Sea-Air CO2 Flux
CO2 fluxes between the ocean and atmosphere were measured off a beach on Sable Island using the eddy correlation method. These gas fluxes are measured directly over a short enough time period and a local enough region that weather and other conditions which determine the fluxes are nearly constant. Values for the fluxes measured were about 0.8 μmol/m2s out of the ocean.
KeywordsDioxide Argon Coherence Stratification Beach
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