How to monitor soil CO2 emissions in the harshest environments on Earth: Development and evolution of the membrane-based Forced Diffusion technique
Forced Diffusion (FD) is a novel membrane-based technique ideally suited for monitoring soil CO2 emissions in demanding field conditions. In this webinar, Dr. David Risk (St. Francis Xavier University) will give an overview of the conception, development and implementation of the FD technique. Dr. Nick Nickerson (Eosense) will continue the FD story, outline the improvements that have been made to the FD methodology over the past 7 years and discuss the varied applications and field environments where the FD technique is being used.
Greenhouse Gas Measurement in Harsh Environments:
Applications of CRDS systems to uncover ecosystem GHG dynamics in understudied environments
Monitoring of greenhouse gas fluxes in harsh and remote ecosystems is critical to improving our understanding of global C and N budgets. Newly available high-precision analyzers with trace gas capabilities and lower power laser-based instruments have opened new possibilities for monitoring in these types of settings. When coupled with automated chamber systems, these analyzers can provide powerful greenhouse gas emissions data sets that shed light on difficult to monitor and understand processes.
Innovations in Soil Flux Measurements Webinar
This webinar focused on Innovation in Soil Flux Measurements. Listen to Picarro’s Applications Specialist Derek Fleck share his latest in soil flux application collaboration with UC Berkeley, as well as Nick Nickerson from Forerunner Research sharing the latest advancements in soil chamber technology.