Galway project

Atmospheric Research Station at Mace Head, Carna, County Galway, Ireland.
Photographer Gavin Kelly. Copyright Colin O'Dowd. Reprint permission granted to LI-COR.

Case Studies

Researchers around the world use LI-COR Trace Gas Analyzers to monitor CO2 , CH4 , and N2O emissions. Lightweight, durable, and with low power requirements, our analyzers broaden monitoring and long-term study capabilities in the lab, in the field, and on the move. LI-COR Trace Gas Analyzers are used by researchers on every continent. Portable and designed to withstand the elements, our Trace Gas Analyzers allow researchers to take measurements with precision and stability for diverse applications, including:

  • Climatology studies
  • Soil gas flux measurements
  • Wetland and lake emissions
  • Long-term atmospheric monitoring
  • pCO2/pCH4
  • Fugitive emissions detection
  • Mobile monitoring
  • Urban emissions monitoring
  • Large area emissions monitoring

Related Publications

  1. Chang, D. Y., Jeong, S., Oh, E., Sim, S., Kim, Y., Park, C., Park, H., Kim, J., Kim, J., Park, J.-S., Kim, H., & Choi, J.-S. (2021, June 14). Finding the missing link in methane emission inventories using aircraft and mobile observations. Asia-Pacific Journal of Atmospheric Sciences. DOI: 10.1007/s13143-021-00248-z.
  2. Li, N., Tao, L., Yi, H., Kim, C. S., Kim, M., Canedy, C. L., Merritt, C. D., Bewley, W. W., Vurgaftman, I., Meyer, J. R., & Zondlo, M. A. (2021, February 22). Methane detection using an interband-cascade led coupled to a hollow-core fiber. Optics Express. DOI: 10.1364/OE.415724.
  3. Takano, T., & Ueyama, M. (2021, February 15). Spatial variations in daytime methane and carbon dioxide emissions in two urban landscapes, Sakai, Japan. Urban Climate. DOI: 10.1016/j.uclim.2021.100798.