• Atmospheric Monitor Helps Scientists Observe and Understand Earth’s Carbon Cycle

Air Monitoring

Atmospheric Monitor Helps Scientists Observe and Understand Earth’s Carbon Cycle

Jan 01 2000

Picarro’s (USA) EnviroSense 3000i is a field-deployable, real-time, ambient gas monitor that measures atmospheric levels of methane and carbon dioxide with parts-per-billion (ppbv) sensitivity and water vapor with parts-per-million (ppmv) sensitivity. “The EnviroSense 3000i analysers are providing invaluable field measurements,” said Ken Davis, Associate Professor of Meteorology at Penn State University. “High-precision and high-accuracy measurements of atmospheric composition, like those acquired by the Picarro EnviroSense analyser, are essential to our ability to observe and understand the earth’s carbon cycle.” “We deployed 5 EnviroSense units in an experimental observational network
in early 2007,” said Scott Richardson, Research Associate at Penn State, “and we found the stability of the instruments to be truly remarkable. The instruments significantly simplify the task of obtaining high-quality measurements of atmospheric composition.”
Picarro instruments set new standards for sensitivity, speed, selectivity, cost-of-ownership and ease-of-use in trace gas detection. We serve the needs of customers across a diverse range of markets. For more information, visit our website (www.picarro.com) or email us at info@picarro.com.

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