LI-COR methane monitoring solutions help researchers and organizations around the world identify and understand methane emission sources and monitor mitigation efforts.
The LI-7700 Open Path CH4 Analyzer and LI-7810 CH4/CO2/H2O Trace Gas Analyzer provide the reliability, performance, and flexibility needed for a wide variety of applications in methane monitoring, including atmospheric, ground level, and mobile emission monitoring.
The research below illustrates some of the unique ways scientists have used LI-COR instruments in this important field of study.Contact Us
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See how the United Kingdom’s National Physical Laboratory and Royal Holloway, University of London assessed a mobile method for quantifying methane emissions.
Discover how the University of Calgary joined technologies for vehicle-based detection, location, quantification, and reduction of methane emissions.
See how researchers used the eddy covariance technique to monitor the emission of greenhouse gases around the city center of Florence, Italy.
The growth of FLUXNET and new, reliable methane sensors now afford the opportunity for a coordinated, global flux observation database.
Zutao Ouyang and his team are coordinating data from global sites and running up-scaling projects to better understand methane emissions sources.
Researchers measured municipal landfill methane emissions over a year to compare different measurement methods.
A two-year study of natural and plantation forests in Riau, Sumatra, Indonesia found tropical peatlands to be a significant source of atmospheric methane.
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