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Eddy covariance is a meteorological monitoring technique that can be used to measure the movement of different gases in situ. Applications include, for example, to measure the concentration of methane in the air near agricultural sources.
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There has recently been a lot of focus on methane, as it is an important contributor to climate change. The food system is one of the largest…
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