Annual Cycle of Heat and CO2 Fluxes Over an Artificial Rice Wetland in the Liaohe Delta of China
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- CO2 flux, sensible heat flux, latent heat flux, rice wetland, Liaohe Delta
Seasonal variations in sensible heat flux (Hs), latent heat flux (LE), and carbon dioxide flux (Fc) during 2005 over an artificial rice wetland in the Liaohe Delta, Northeast China, were investigated using the eddy covariance (EC) technique. The results show that Hs is relatively larger (>200 W m–2) in spring, whereas LE is relatively larger in summer and autumn (>500 W m–2). Fc depends strongly on the status of the crops and mostly reaches about –2.0 mg CO2 m–2 s–1 at daytime from June to September but varies around zero in the other months. CO2 concentration is in the range of 300–500 ppm and varies similarly with Fc from June to September. The largest negative Fc values usually occur at mid-day, with values of –0.6 mg CO2 m–2 s–1 during the early growth stage (5–8 June), –1.8 mg CO2 m–2 s–1 during the middle growth stage (17–20 July), and approximately –0.2 to 0.3 mg CO2 m–2 s–1 during the late growth stage (19–22 September). The cumulative CO2 flux during 2005 was estimated to be –1570 g CO2 m–2 year–1, which suggests that the rice wetland in Panjin acts as a large CO2 sink.
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TY - CONF AU - Xiao-Lan LI AU - Qing-Yu JIA AU - Jing-Miao LIU AU - Rong-Ping LI AU - Yan-Bing XIE AU - Guo-Fei LIU PY - 2018/10 DA - 2018/10 TI - Annual Cycle of Heat and CO2 Fluxes Over an Artificial Rice Wetland in the Liaohe Delta of China BT - Proceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Energy Development and Environmental Protection (EDEP 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 316 EP - 326 SN - 2352-5401 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/edep-18.2018.50 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/edep-18.2018.50 ID - LI2018/10 ER -