Fast, Accurate Measurement for Soil Flux & Atmospheric Applications
Why Measure CO₂ & CH₄?
Carbon dioxide (CO₂) is the primary greenhouse gas (GHG) emitted through human activities that accounted for 79% of all U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in 2021. Certain natural processes, industrial processes, and land-use changes also emit CO₂.
Methane (CH₄) is another GHG emitted through human activities, stemming from agricultural sources & livestock, land use, leaks from natural gas systems, and decay of organic waste (landfills). All of the above accounted for 12% of all U.S. GHG emissions in 2021. CH₄ lifetime in the atmosphere is much shorter than CO₂, but CH₄ is more efficient at trapping radiation. Pound for pound, the comparative impact of CH₄ is 28 times greater than CO₂ over a 100-year period. However, because CH₄ has a much shorter lifetime than CO₂, its mitigation has a direct and palpable environmental effect in the short-term.
Soil Flux and Atmospheric Measurements Made Simple.
Cavity Enhanced Absorption Spectroscopy.
Simultaneous, real-time measurement of CH₄, CO₂, and H₂O.
Wide Measurement Dynamic Range and High-Precision to meet all your needs.
Light Weight & Ultra-Portable for Fieldwork.
Sub-30 Watt Power Consumption.
Two Different Analyzers:
Soil Flux Chamber Measurements.
Hi-Precision Atmospheric Measurements.
*Photo Credit to our Collaborator Eosense Inc.
Two Different Applications
Soil Flux Applications
Soil Flux Measurements Made Simple.
Offers a broad measurement range of up to 2% for both CH₄ & CO₂ to quantify soil flux emissions & compatible with soil chambers.
Ambient Measurements Made Simple.
Boasts ppb & ppm precision of CH₄/CO₂, respectively, for high-precision atmospheric measurements.