Due to its portability in the field measurement of hot fires, a fiber Fabry-Perot interferometer was used to measure CO2 emissions from locations over a wide area and unpredictable local sources in forest/peatland fires near Parangka Raya, Indonesia, during the dry season of 2011. For nocturnal CO2 emission measurement from peatlands, a cost-effective methodology is proposed, with which data processing is easier than the conventional eddy covariant and chamber methods. With the tempearture-inversion trap method the CO2 flux from the peatlands in Parangka Raya was measured in 2013.
- Authors: Inoue, G., Kawasaki, M.
- Author Affiliation: University of Tokyo, Nagoya University
- Subjects: carbon dioxide, emissions, peatlands, fire, dry season, methodology
- Publication type: Chapter
- Source: Osaki, M., Tsuji, N. (eds). 2016. Tropical Peatland Ecosystems. 367-373
- Year: 2016
- ISSN: 978-4-431-55681-7
- DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-4-431-55681-7_24