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Month: October 2012

LI-COR Presents Landfill Methane Emission Data at Global Waste Management Symposium

LI-COR Presents Landfill Methane Emission Data at Global Waste Management Symposium

Measuring greenhouse gas emissions at landfills using continuous monitoring offers new insight in estimating total annual emissions. LI-COR Principal Scientist, Liukang Xu presented methane emission data collected from a landfill at Global Waste Management Symposium in Phoenix, AZ on October 1st, 2012 and discussed the advantages of continuous monitoring over traditional interval monitoring. In the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) has recently enacted a new rule related to the mandatory reporting of greenhouse gases, which requires some municipal…

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5th Annual Flux Course Video

5th Annual Flux Course Video

This summer a few of our staff Scientists had the opportunity to participate in the Niwot Ridge 5th Annual Flux Course, held in Colorado at the Mountain Research Station (MRS), located approximately 35 km west of Boulder. The course is offered annually to 24 graduate students, post-docs/early career scientists and covers flux measurements at the leaf level; modeling leaf CO₂ and H₂O fluxes; eddy covariance measurements; use of stable isotopes to infer ecosystem-atmosphere fluxes; predictions of fluxes from satellite observations; canopy…

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Version Number Variety

Version Number Variety

LI-COR periodically updates instrument software to add features and expand the way our instruments can be used for research.  We encourage our customers to update their software to the latest version possible for their instrument, and in most cases these updates are freely available on our website.

If you update the embedded (instrument) software on your instrument, make sure you also update your interface software, whether it is on a PC, Mac, Linux, or mobile device.  If the embedded software…

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