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Man: Eddy Correlation Technique deployed on Kuujjuarapik, Hudson Bay, Canada

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This computation involved: Man: Eddy Correlation Technique deployed on Kuujjuarapik, Hudson Bay, Canada. The eddy covariance (eddy correlation, eddy flux) technique is a prime atmospheric flux measurement technique to measure and calculate vertical turbulent fluxes within atmospheric boundary layers. It is a statistical method used in meteorology and other applications that analyzes high-frequency wind and scalar atmospheric data series, and yields values of fluxes of these properties. Such flux measurements are widely used to estimate momentum, heat, water, and carbon dioxide exchange, as well as exchange of methane and other trace gases.

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Kuujjuarapik (small great river in Inuktitut) is the southernmost Inuit village at the mouth of the Great Whale River (French: Grande Rivière de la Baleine) on the coast of Hudson Bay in Nunavik, Quebec, Canada. The community is only accessible by air (Kuujjuarapik Airport) and, in late summer, by boat. The nearest Inuit village is Umiujaq, about 160 km north-northwest of Kuujjuarapik.

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