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Short-Course: Flux Measurement Fundamentals. A technical short course in the use of micrometeorological methods to obtain and analyze fluxes of momentum, heat, and chemical species by eddy-covariance, eddy accumulation and related techniques. Supported by NSF-IGERT. July 9-15, 2006

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Target date for registration may 19 2006 lsa umich umbs bart

Short-Course: Flux Measurement Fundamentals

A technical short course in the use of micrometeorological methods to obtain and analyze fluxes of momentum, heat, and chemical species by eddy-covariance, eddy accumulation and related techniques. Supported by NSF-IGERT.

July 9-15, 2006

Graduate Students, Postdocs, Scientists

Conducted at the University of Michigan Biological Station

Instructors: HaPe Schmid (Indiana University), Brian Lamb (Washington State University), Alex Guenther (National Center for Atmospheric Research)

Key Course Components

  • A. Theory of turbulent exchange measurements: Boundary layers; turbulence statistics; TKE / stability; similarity; WPL “correction”, energy balance closure.

  • B. Flux measurement techniques: eddy-covariance (EC), disjunct EC (DEC), relaxed and disjunct eddy accumulation (REA, DEA). Open-path and closed-path systems. Constraints of available VOC analytical techniques. Choice of flux technique. Site selection.

  • C. Install and operate an EC and energy balance measurement site, collect and analyze its data. Data logger and analysis programming for flux and energy balance applications.

  • D. QA/QC: uncertainty and systematic errors; spectral response and spectral windowing; gap-filling issues and techniques.

Structure: 5 full course days, plus 2 days travel to and from UMBS. AM and PM sessions as 1) lectures; and 2) hands-on segments (labs/ exercises/ instruments/ data analysis).

Tuition: $1200, incl. lodging (6 nights) and dining at UMBS.

TARGET DATE FOR REGISTRATION:

May 19, 2006

http://www.lsa.umich.edu/umbs/bart

Questions?BART Program Office, 1-888-647-0536, [email protected],or Dr. Mary Anne Carroll, 734-763-4066, [email protected]


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