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Qinghai's first comprehensive monitoring system for ground-gas interaction starts

发布时间:2019年12月16日16:23 Source: China Meteorological News Release time: 16:23, December 16, 2019
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Correspondent Yan Liangdong and Zhou Bingrong of China Meteorological News reported recently that the “Longbao Wetland-Ground Interactions”, led by Qinghai Institute of Meteorological Science, with the Longbao National Nature Reserve Management Station, Forestry and Grass Bureau, and other departments involved The comprehensive monitoring system project was started. The project will construct observing systems such as gradient flux observation, carbon flux and energy balance, and soil respiration carbon concentration in Longbao wetland, which will play an important role in ecological protection of Longbao alpine wetland.

Longbao wetland geo-gas interaction comprehensive monitoring system is one of the special content of meteorological monitoring for the ecological monitoring project of the second phase of Sanjiangyuan Ecological Protection Project in Qinghai Province. It mainly includes the construction of field monitoring stations, data sharing platforms, and data transmission systems.

In addition to the basic meteorological elements in the Longbao area, the monitoring project also includes hydroecological elements such as solid precipitation, wetland energy and material flux, radiation, soil water-heat carbon flux, and frozen soil. The project will enhance the meteorological, hydrological and ecological monitoring capabilities of Longbao Nature Reserve, provide data support for studying the water cycle process, ecological environment evolution process, carbon flux budget, and surface energy exchange process of Longbao alpine wetland, and provide ecological support for alpine wetland ecology. Parametric satellite remote sensing inversion, the physical structure characteristics of the atmospheric boundary layer in typical plateau regions, and their parameterization schemes provide the basis for ground observation.

(Source: "China Meteorological News" December 16th edition responsible editor: Shen Minxia)

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