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We Measure
Fluxes and Meteorological Parameters

More than 120 parameters

5 years of collected data

Penang, Malaysia

What We Do

This website showcases our ongoing research on atmosphere-ocean and atmosphere-land interactions. We study the atmospheric exchanges above the ocean and freshwater bodies. We hope to measure the fluxes for many years to come so that we may gain in-depth insights into the short-term and long-term atmospheric processes of these surfaces.

We explore these interactions using the eddy covariance method, a fast response open-path gas analyzer, and an anemometer system capable of measuring moisture and carbon dioxide fluxes. We also measure weather parameters, such as solar radiation, temperature, relative humidity, and wind, to better understand the feedback and responses of the exchanges and their drivers.

We provide updated plots of half-hourly 24-hour flux and weather data in the link in the navigation bar. Please contact us to inquire about our work or to request data by e-mail or by visiting Yusri Yusup's website.

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CEMACS daily report of the previous day measurements


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This research is funded by the Universiti Sains Malaysia Research University Grant No. 1001/PTEKIND/811316 and Bridging Grant 2018 Grant No. 304.PTEKIND.6316289.

Some of the sensors used are contributed by Elite Scientific Instruments Sdn Bhd. A-LG-03, Block A, Serdang Perdana Selatan, Section 1, 43300 Seri Kembangan, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia Tel.: +603 89456100; +603 89454613 (Office) | Fax.:+603 8945 7100 | E-mail: