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:
Read about how Severn Trent and LI-COR Environmental co-developed a methodology for quantifying N2O emissions from a wastewater treatment facility using a LI-7820 N2O/H2O Trace Gas Analyzer with an 8200-01S Smart Chamber deployed on a floating platform.
Learn how Michelle Haddix and Aaron Prairie of Colorado State University investigated plant and soil dynamics with the LI-7825 CO2 Isotope/NH3 Trace Gas Analyzer. They used the LI-7825 in a number of settings, including an isotope labelling growth chamber and with soil microcosms in jars.
Ben Bond-Lamberty and Stephanie Pennington, research scientists with the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, are part of the TEMPEST experiment team, who work on research efforts to better understand and predict the impact of flooding on coastal forests.
See how the LI-7810 and LI-7815 Trace Gas Analyzers meet performance requirements for atmospheric CO2 and CH4 monitoring based on testing by the National University of Ireland, Galway at their Mace Head Atmospheric Research Station.
See how the United Kingdom’s National Physical Laboratory and Royal Holloway, University of London assessed a mobile method for quantifying greenhouse gas emissions with the LI-7810 Trace Gas Analyzer.
Learn how Dr. Chen and her team at the Technical University of Munich investigated the relationship between Oktoberfest and greenhouse gas emissions using the LI-7810 Trace Gas Analyzer.