Continuous CO2 fluxes in the Cassiope heath

Continuous CO2 fluxes in the Cassiope heath

This blog post was co-authored by Dr. Magnus Lund, Gillian Simpson and Zhila Rashidi (Eosense) BACKGROUND: This summer, researchers from the GeoBasis team at Aarhus University (Denmark) took six eosFD soil CO2 flux sensors to the Zackenberg Research Station in north-eastern Greenland to conduct continuous measurements of soil CO2 fluxes in the Cassiope heath. The […]

Carbon Monitoring in Polygonal Ponds

Carbon Monitoring in Polygonal Ponds

This blog post was co-authored by Dr. Julia Boike and her team and Zhila Rashidi (Eosense) Hot Spots in a cold land The Lena River Delta in northern Yakutia, northeast Siberia, Russia, is one of the largest catchment areas (2,430,000 km2) in the Arctic. Polygonal structures, which are common components of arctic Siberian wetlands, are […]

Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016 Poster Highlights

Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016 Poster Highlights

Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016 While attending the Ocean Sciences Meeting 2016 in New Orleans back in February, I was able to sit down over a coffee with some of the scientists currently researching coastal carbon cycling dynamics. I was able to hear about their field work tales, their current research, and where they see their field of research […]

A medley of methods: Air-sea CO2 flux in seagrass

A medley of methods: Air-sea CO2 flux in seagrass

To understand how natural and anthropogenic processes will impact Earth’s current and future climate, climatologists rely heavily on complex computer models. However, these models are only as good as the data that is fed into them, making field based measurements and the instrumentation and methodologies used to gather them of vital importance. Estimates of natural […]

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