Our Past and our Future
Oct 06 2014
Author: Walter S. Smith on behalf of CEM
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Measuring stack emissions has a long history. Our science, technology, needs, assumptions, and politics has dictated the directions we have gone. I will lay out the milestones of our past and look at why we went in our various directions. Then I will attempt to look into the future. The future can and probably will branch in several directions as it has in the past depending upon our future science, technology, needs, assumptions, and politics.
We are at a crossroads. We can be slaves to instruments and instrument manufactures or we can be the masters. To be masters we require (and must demonstrate) skill. Download the PDF to read the Full Paper.
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