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The carbon exchange between ecosystems and the atmosphere has a large influence on the Earth system and specifically on the climate. This exchange is therefore being studied intensively, often using the eddy covariance (EC) technique. EC measurements provide reliable results under turbulent atmospheric conditions, but under calm and stable conditions -as they often occur at night -these measurements are known to misrepresent exchange fluxes. Nocturnal boundary layer (NBL) budgets can providedoi:10.5194/amt-2019-221-rc1 fatcat:wptayihr5ja6bk7z4jkqxbuuxa