A Little Bit of “R & R” (Rethinking Remediation)

A Little Bit of “R & R” (Rethinking Remediation)

In recent weeks, the Business Development Team at Eosense has been participating in conferences and workshops that specifically look to engage industry professionals on new technologies available to the environmental remediation market. Environmental Workshops, first launched in 2013, was designed to provide training to environmental professionals on the latest technologies available to industry. Environmental Workshops […]

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 […]

Running your Picarro GasScouter and eosAC Off-Grid – Part 3

Running your Picarro GasScouter and eosAC Off-Grid – Part 3

Introduction We deployed the GasScouter and eosAC system at Dalhousie University’s Bio-Environmental Engineering Centre (BEEC).  BEEC is a research and demonstration site operated jointly by the Faculty of Agriculture’s Engineering Department and Dalhousie University’s Department of Biological Engineering. We set up the system on a constructed wetland at the BEEC site (normally used for studying […]

Greetings from ESA 2016 in sunny Florida!

Greetings from ESA 2016 in sunny Florida!

I headed down to sunny Ft. Lauderdale last week in blistering heat, poster tube in hand, excited to attend the 101st Ecological Society of America conference. The theme, Novel Ecosystems in the Anthropocene, is critical to understand at this point in human history. Overall, the sessions focused on the impacts of human activity on ecosystems, […]

eosFD chambers now measuring soil CO2 flux at Howland Forest

eosFD chambers now measuring soil CO<sub>2</sub> flux at Howland Forest

A set of eosFD chambers are enjoying their new home as part of a Mitacs-funded graduate internship, co-installed alongside existing automated soil respiration chambers at the Howland Forest in central Maine (See insert for more details about the amazing Howland Forest). Two weeks ago, I headed down to the forest, a tidy 7.5 hour drive […]

Top 5 reasons EC researchers need to measure soil respiration

Top 5 reasons EC researchers need to measure soil respiration

Eddy covariance (EC) is an established technique that measures carbon exchange across the terrestrial-atmospheric interface, and is used to evaluate climate- and management-driven changes to carbon cycling across landscapes. EC systems have been widely used across the globe for more than 20 years, for example as part of the international consortium called FLUXNET, and offer […]

Soil flux monitoring in Svalbard, Norway

Soil flux monitoring in Svalbard, Norway

Soil flux monitoring in Svalbard, Norway Here at Eosense, we are a little envious of all of the interesting places our eosGPs have travelled to recently. Enter, Christina Minions. Christina is an Environmental Science undergraduate student at St. Francis Xavier University and is currently a technician in the Flux Lab. As part of a collaborative […]

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