Field Test of a Remote Multi-Path CLaDS Methane Sensor
AbstractExisting technologies for quantifying methane emissions are often limited to single point sensors, making large area environmental observations challenging. We demonstrate the operation of a remote, multi-path system using Chirped Laser Dispersion Spectroscopy (CLaDS) for quantification of atmospheric methane concentrations over extended areas, a technology that shows potential for monitoring emissions from wetlands. View Full-Text
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Plant, G.; Nikodem, M.; Mulhall, P.; Varner, R.K.; Sonnenfroh, D.; Wysocki, G. Field Test of a Remote Multi-Path CLaDS Methane Sensor. Sensors 2015, 15, 21315-21326.
Plant G, Nikodem M, Mulhall P, Varner RK, Sonnenfroh D, Wysocki G. Field Test of a Remote Multi-Path CLaDS Methane Sensor. Sensors. 2015; 15(9):21315-21326.Chicago/Turabian Style
Plant, Genevieve; Nikodem, Michal; Mulhall, Phil; Varner, Ruth K.; Sonnenfroh, David; Wysocki, Gerard. 2015. "Field Test of a Remote Multi-Path CLaDS Methane Sensor." Sensors 15, no. 9: 21315-21326.