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Reply to comment by Rannik on "A simple method for estimating frequency response corrections for eddy covariance systems"Author(s): W. J. Massman
Source: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 107: 247-251.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionFirst, my thanks to Dr. Ullar Rannik for his interest and insights in my recent study of spectral corrections and associated eddy covariance flux loss (Massman, 2000, henceforth denoted by M2000). His comments are important and germane to the attenuation of low frequencies of the turbulent cospectra due to recursive filtering and block averaging. Dr. Rannik addresses two specific issues.
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CitationMassman, W. J. 2001. Reply to comment by Rannik on "A simple method for estimating frequency response corrections for eddy covariance systems". Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 107: 247-251.
Keywordsrecursive high-pass filter, eddy covariance systems
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