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Month: July 2012

Troubleshooting Ethernet Connectivity Issues with LI-COR Gas Analyzers

Troubleshooting Ethernet Connectivity Issues with LI-COR Gas Analyzers

Newer generations of LI-COR gas analyzers are Internet Protocol (IP) enabled devices that enable remote connectivity over wired or wireless networks. Below are some tips to troubleshoot Ethernet connectivity issues when connecting to an instrument directly through Ethernet or over a network.

1.  Using a wired and a wireless network at the same time can make it difficult for the computer to find a device, because it is on two different networks at the same time.  The wireless connection in…

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From Student to Teacher with the LI-6400

From Student to Teacher with the LI-6400

Dr. Doug Aubrey, plant ecophysiologist, understands first-hand the importance of using research-grade instrumentation while an undergraduate. As a student who had the opportunity to use the LI-6400 Portable Photosynthesis System in his undergraduate education, Aubrey is now switching roles from student to teacher in hopes of providing undergrads the same hands-on learning and research experience he once had.

Aubrey was a second semester biology student at Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri, when he first encountered the LI-6400….

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Using the LI-8100A to Study Buried Carbon

Using the LI-8100A to Study Buried Carbon

Earth2Class (E2C) is an educational resource for K-12 teachers, students, the general public, and geoscientists that helps bring science, math and technology into the classroom.  E2C is a collaboration among researchers and an educator at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, technology integration specialists from Colegio Bandeirantes, Sao Paulo, Brazil, and teachers from New York, New Jersey, and elsewhere.

One of the things E2C provides on their website is a large collection of educational and classroom resources…

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