correct_carbon_ref_cval: correct_carbon_ref_cval

View source: R/standard_corrections.R

correct_carbon_ref_cvalR Documentation

correct_carbon_ref_cval

Description

This ugly function is present out of necessity, and will only exist for as long as it is necessary. It is an internal correction within the NEONiso calibration routines that is required as there are some mismatches between the 'true' isotope reference values and those in the NEON HDF5 files. NEON is working on correcting this, and after it has been corrected, this function has no need to exist and will be immediately deprecated. As a result, this function is fairly messy but there is little incentive to improve it.

Usage

correct_carbon_ref_cval(
  std_frame,
  site,
  omit_already_corrected = TRUE,
  co2_tol = 5,
  d13c_tol = 0.25
)

Arguments

std_frame

Standard data frame to perform swap on.

site

NEON four letter site code.

omit_already_corrected

Should we attempt correction, if it's already been corrected in the raw files.

co2_tol

Tolerance to use to select co2 values that need to be replaced, in ppm. Default = 5 ppm.

d13c_tol

Tolerance to use to select d13C values that need to be replaced, in ppm. Default = 0.25 per mil.

Details

Current sites and time periods affected:

Value

A data.frame, based on std_frame, where NEON-supplied reference values have been corrected if a mismatch has previously been identified.

Author(s)

Rich Fiorella rfiorella@lanl.gov


NEONiso documentation built on Sept. 23, 2022, 1:06 a.m.