Case Study: Surveying aqueous CO2 in the field

Measuring CO2 in the Cow Bay River Watershed, Nova Scotia.


Carbon dioxide (CO2) is an important, well-known greenhouse gas that has been studied extensively. As methodologies and sampling technologies improve, researchers are able to develop a fuller understanding of carbon dioxide dynamics and their response to climate change, allowing for more robust climate model predictions.

Check out this special case study in which we replicate Butman & Raymond’s (2011) study on a smaller scale using our eosGP CO2 gas probes.

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