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Soil CO2 Flux Measurements Made Easy

Author: Robin Deissinger | Last Updated: 06/24/2019 | Comments: 0

soil co<sub>2</sub> flux measurements made easy

Patented technology enables a new sensor to measure soil CO2 flux directly, providing you with new flexibility to make your measurements. In this interview, Hayden Mahan, Micrometeorology Product Manager, introduces us to the eosFD and explains how this sensor works. Hayden was interviewed by Robin... read more

A Safer Solution to Scrub Agents from Campbell Scientific Gas Analyzers

Author: Ben Conrad | Last Updated: 06/25/2018 | Comments: 0

a safer solution to scrub agents from campbell scientific gas analyzers

If you have an eddy-covariance system, you understand the importance of performing routine maintenance tasks so you can continue to acquire high-quality, consistently reliable data. Some of these maintenance tasks are straightforward, such as making sure that the optics on your gas analyzer are clean... read more

Why Measurements on the Edge Require Careful Planning

Author: Shaun Dustin | Last Updated: 05/11/2016 | Comments: 1

why measurements on the edge require careful planning

I have worked with Boy Scouts for the past 18 years. When I need to talk to boys about taking risks, I share a story about three young men who were competing for a job to deliver goods over a mountain pass with hairpin turns... read more