Large scale emissions

Eddy covariance is a method for large scale monitoring of greenhouse gas emissions. Using the eddy covariance technique, we can continuously measure carbon dioxide and water exchange at the ecosystem scale at a cropland compost amendment site in Concord, CA. This technique integrates greenhouse gas exchange and evapotranspiration across ~300 square meters, which facilitates up-scaling and modeling activities. Ecosystem-scale measurements of evapotranspiration will also allow an unprecedented examination of how compost (and other) amendments influence water budgets.

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The Working Lands Innovation Center (WLIC) aims to catalyze negative carbon emissions by deploying soil amendment technologies at multi-acre scales in partnership with California researchers, state agencies, industry, farmers, ranchers, Tribes and small-business development. 

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