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Environmental Sensor Network. Lake Erie Center, University of Toledo. Station Locations. The Working Framework. Station designs. Route of the Vessel-Mounted Flux Tower. Through the microcystis algal bloom at the estuarine of the Maumee River

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environmental sensor network

Environmental Sensor Network

Lake Erie Center, University of Toledo

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Route of the Vessel-Mounted Flux Tower

  • Through the microcystis algal bloom at the estuarine of the Maumee River
  • Through the sedimentary flow south of the Detroit River
  • Measurements taken near permanent stations in the Western basin (PermS1, PermS2)
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Marshland (coastal wetland) and Cropland (agricultural field) Sites

  • Marshland releases evident methane during the day
  • Cropland releases methane during the day and uptakes small amounts during the night
  • The orders of methane fluxes are much smaller in the cropland than in the marshland.
acknowledgments
Acknowledgments
  • Partially funded by the FSML program of the NSF, NOAA, and USDAFS
  • Overseen by Jiquan Chen, Carol Stepien, Michael Deal, Johan Gottgens, Housen Chu, Richard Becker, Thomas Bridgeman, and Kevin Czajkowski at The University of Toledo