The LI-7700 Open Path Ch4 Analyzer is a lightweight, low power, low maintenance analyzer ideal for making high performance measurements in extreme environments. But don’t take our word for it – see how other researchers are using this analyzer to achieve high quality results:
- Alberto, Ma C. R, Reiner Wassmann, Roland J. Buresh, James R. Quilty, Teodoro Q. Correa, Joseph M. Sandro, and Caesar A. R. Centeno. “Measuring Methane Flux from Irrigated Rice Fields by Eddy Covariance Method Using Open-Path Gas Analyzer.” Field Crops Research. 160 (2014): 12-21.
- Iwata, Hiroki, Yoshiko Kosugi, Keisuke Ono, Masayoshi Mano, Ayaka Sakabe, Akira Miyata, and Kenshi Takahashi. “Cross-validation of Open-Path and Closed-Path Eddy-Covariance Techniques for Observing Methane Fluxes.” Boundary-layer Meteorology. 151.1 (2014): 95-118.
- Yu, Lingfei, Hao Wang, Guangshuai Wang, Weimin Song, Yao Huang, Sheng-Gong Li, Naishen Liang, Yanhong Tang, and Jin-Sheng He. “A Comparison of Methane Emission Measurements Using Eddy Covariance and Manual and Automated Chamber-Based Techniques in Tibetan Plateau Alpine Wetland.” Environmental Pollution. 181.28 (2013): 81-90.
- Pypker, T.G, J.A Hribljan, R.C Chimner, P.A Moore, and J.M Waddington. “Shifting Environmental Controls on Ch4 Fluxes in a Sub-Boreal Peatland.” Biogeosciences Discussions. 10.7 (2013): 11757-11784.