By Young J. Kim, Ulrich Platt
This booklet bargains with fresh advancements and purposes of environmental tracking applied sciences, with emphasis on swiftly progressing optical and organic equipment. Written through world wide specialists, this publication could be of curiosity to environmental scientists in academia, study institutes, and the govt..
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This range is approximately between −10° and +25° for the Duke Forest validation study. This is the approximate range of acceptable wind directions, as the variations in flux values in this range are due to variations in the source strength, and not due to changes in wind direction. It is recommended that these flux plots be smoothed out with a moving average approach to retrieve a more definite and accurate cutoff of the wind criterion. The lined curves in Fig. 9 show examples of such moving averages, one with a grouping of ten data values (thin line) and the other with a grouping of 20 data values (thicker line).
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Advanced Environmental Monitoring by Young J. Kim, Ulrich Platt