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Flux Footprint Climatology and Data Quality at Dasan Station in the Arctic

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dc.contributor.authorLee, Bang Yong-
dc.contributor.authorChoi, Taejin-
dc.contributor.authorLee, Hee-Choon-
dc.description.abstractTurbulent fluxes of heat, water vapor, and CO2 have been measured since August, 2003 at Dasan Station(78o 55' N, 11o50'E) in the Arctic. These data can allow us to better understand the interactions between the Polar ecosystems and the atmosphere together with those at King Sejong Station in the Antarctic. Due to the buildings and measurement platforms around the flux tower, it is required to evaluate how they influence measured flux data. By using one-year turbulence statistics data and footprint model, flux footprint climatology was analyzed together with data availability. The upwind distance of source area ranged from 150 to 300 m, where the buildings and measurement platforms existed. However, flow distortion due to them may be not a major factor to reduce the data availability significantly. Based on, the dominant wind direction of SW and footprint climatology, the location of flux tower is considered suitable for flux measurement.-
dc.subjectEnvironmental Sciences & Ecology-
dc.titleFlux Footprint Climatology and Data Quality at Dasan Station in the Arctic-
dc.title.alternative북극 다산기지에서의 플럭스발자취 기후도와 플럭스자료 품질-
dc.identifier.bibliographicCitationLee, Bang Yong, et al. 2005. "Flux Footprint Climatology and Data Quality at Dasan Station in the Arctic". <em>Korean Geophysical Society</em>, 8(4): 201-205.-
dc.citation.titleKorean Geophysical Society-
dc.description.jcrRateJCR 2003:0-
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2004-2005, A Study on the Arctic Environmental Characteristics (04-05) / Lee, Bang Yong (PP04108, PE05007)
2004-2007, Research on Development of Sustainable Technology based on the Polar Regions (04-07) / Lee, Bang Yong (PG06020, PG05010, PG04002)
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