Workshop Eddy Covariance

CaTeC organizes a two-day Eddy Covariance workshop with experts from LI-COR, WUR, VU and RUN.
Eddy covariance is a technique to measure the gas fluxes of an ecosystem like the carbon footprint and evapotranspiration. Carbon footprints and evapotranspiration are increasingly important subjects. Recent advances for datalogging, data sharing and data processing has made eddy covariance measurements more accessible. Therefore EC gets more and more attention nowadays.

 At 12 and 13 March 2019 from 9 until/about 16:00h.

At the Wageningen University Campus             
Droevendaalsesteeg 2
building 2            
6708 PB Wageningen.            

The FORUM building  (room C-408). Program: First day we start with some basic principle about Eddy Covariance and build this up to a more practical level. The second day we will discuss more practical use and some data processing. During the workshop there will be ample opportunity for questions and discussions.   Please let us know if you would like to participate!  

You can send your reaction to Robert Sloof and/or Paul Hofstede by CaTeC your LI-COR distributor.
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 We hope to meet you at 12 and 13 March 2019 in Wageningen!