渦相関法を用いた堆積物―海水境界面における酸素フラックスの直接測定 [in Japanese] Direct measurement of benthic oxygen flux using the eddy-covariance technique [in Japanese]
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Conventional methods determining solute fluxes across the sediment–water interface have limitations in terms of the reproducibility of hydrodynamic forcing and the representativeness of spatially-heterogeneous biological processes. The newly developed eddy-covariance technique overcomes these limitations. The eddy-covariance technique is based on the principle that vertical flux is expressed by an average of the product of fluctuating vertical velocity and passive scalar, such as dissolved oxygen. Here I review previous studies using the eddy-covariance technique and two case studies on in-situ measurement of benthic oxygen exchange rates.
- Journal of Advanced Marine Science and Technology Society
Journal of Advanced Marine Science and Technology Society 22(1), 47-56, 2016
Advanced Marine Science and Technology Society