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AMT4OceanSatFlux: time to unload

15 Jun 2021, 08:29 UTC
AMT4OceanSatFlux: time to unload
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The Plymouth Marine Laboratory air-sea exchange team recently visited the RRS James Clark Ross to remove the CO2 flux equipment that has been used extensively as part of the ESA AMT4oceanSatFlux project. The data has already been put to good use, with a publication detailing our understanding of the sources of uncertainty in eddy covariance air/sea CO2 fluxes (Dong et al., 2021), and there are many more in the pipeline!

For further details, contact Dr Tom Bell.

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