WindSonic & WindObserver on ICOS stations throughout Europe

May 17th, 2019 | Category: Applications & Case Studies

The WindSonic being used to measure 2D wind and general met for understanding when changes in CO2 and CH4 occur and where they come from. WindMaster is the backbone of the ICOS system and measures the vertical wind which all gas exchange is based on, an essential bit of the system https://t.co/vF7VJklJ0a— Gill Instruments (@gillinstruments) May 17, 2019

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