SoilFluxPro Software

SoilFluxPro The Ultimate in Data Processing Simplicity

SoilFluxPro simplifies the management of large datasets and includes post-processing tools to fine-tune your soil gas flux results. It is exclusive to, and included with, all LI-COR soil gas flux systems.

Why Choose SoilFluxPro?

Fine-tune your soil gas flux results

Compute fluxes and perform quality assurance checks for both long-term and survey datasets. SoilFluxPro allows you to easily revise the parameters of large datasets, and built-in tools offer guidance for which parameters to revise. Then recalculate multiple datasets at a time. Use what you learn to optimize your measurements.

Keep the flexibility you started with

The Smart Chamber and LI-8250 Multiplexer both integrate analyzers of various gas species, including third-party analyzers. SoilFluxPro carries that integration through post-processing. Compute fluxes of trace gases and isotopologues using complex datasets imported from LI-COR and third-party analyzers.

Map your soil gas fluxes

Each measurement is tagged with GPS location data. SoilFluxPro uses that data to create a .kml file with concentrations and fluxes. You can then export that .kml file to the Google Earth mapping service to see a variety of visualizations.

SoilFluxPro Screenshot
Easily revise key parameters, such as start and stop time, and instantly see the effect on your flux calculations. Shown are CH4 concentration data used in the flux calculation from an LI-8250 Multiplexer using an LI-7810 CH4/CO2/H2O Trace Gas Analyzer.
SoilFluxPro Screenshot
Graph fluxes, concentrations, and other variables to see changes over time or to com-pare with other variables. Shown are fluxes over time of CH4 and CO2 using data from an LI-7810 Trace Gas Analyzer and LI-870 CO2/H2O Analyzer, respectively. Data was collected concurrently by the LI-8250 Multiplexer.
SoilFluxPro N2O Flux Screenshot
Group data by chamber to compare fluxes and see both spatial and temporal differences across a field site. Shown are soil gas fluxes of N2O collected from 15 long-term chambers at a field site in Lincoln, Nebraska. Data was collected using the LI-8250 Multiplexer, two 8250-01 Extension Manifolds, and the LI-7820 N2O/H2O Trace Gas Analyzer

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