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Wetlands key for greenhouse gas measurements in Arctic

Wetlands key for greenhouse gas measurements in Arctic
  The Arctic is rapidly warming, with stronger effects than observed elsewhere in the world. The Arctic regions are particularly important with respect to climate change, as permafrost soils store huge amounts of the Earth’s soil carbon (C). 
11th September 2018

A more accurate way to estimate climate change

A more accurate way to estimate climate change
It doesn’t matter if it’s a forest, a soybean field, or a prairie, all plants take up carbon dioxide during photosynthesis – the process where they use sunlight to convert water and carbon dioxide into food. During this changeover, the plants emit an energy 'glow' that is not visible to the human eye, but can be detected by satellites in space. Now, researchers at the University of New Hampshire have taken that one step further.
6th June 2018

Software system for wind farm monitoring and analysis

Software system for wind farm monitoring and analysis
  Headquartered in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Eneco is operating in the field of sustainable energy. Eneco takes on a role in the energy transition by connecting partners and customers so that they can work together on smart energy solutions and innovative products and services.
5th March 2018


Making perfect sense for gas, water and heat metering

Making perfect sense for gas, water and heat metering
All across Europe, Asia and the United States, smart electricity metering is being rolled out, and other utilities are looking to get in on this action. Those involved in water, gas and heat are now also seeking to take advantage of the benefits. There’s a key difference, however, between the smart meters used for electricity and those required for other utilities. This is around choosing suitable communications technology.
4th September 2017

Measurements by school pupils paved way for key research findings

Measurements by school pupils paved way for key research findings
With their measurements and samples, nearly 3,500 schoolchildren have assisted a research study on lakes and global warming. The results show that water temperatures generally remain low despite the air becoming warmer. This helps to curb the outflow of greenhouse gases (GHGs). How often is water warmer than air? Gesa Weyhenmeyer, Professor of Aquatic Biogeochemistry at Uppsala University, asked herself this question when she analysed thousands of measurements.
9th March 2017

Field gas analyser measures up to six gases concurrently

Field gas analyser measures up to six gases concurrently
Biogas is a renewable energy source created during anaerobic digestion. This occurs when the organic materials naturally break down in the absence of oxygen. The gas is formed from the digestion of waste materials such as manure, sewage sludge and other biomass substrates such as crop and food production waste. Controlling waste disposal, methane production and usage is vital to ensure the continuity benefits for the environment.
24th February 2017

Predictor forecasts energy use a decade in advance

Predictor forecasts energy use a decade in advance
  A researcher has developed a forecasting tool which can predict an individual’s or an entire city’s energy needs ten years in advance to enhance the way planners achieve environmental targets and help those in fuel-poverty understand their future needs.
20th January 2017

Study tracks 'memory' of soil moisture

Study tracks 'memory' of soil moisture
The top 2 inches of topsoil on all of Earth’s landmasses contains an infinitesimal fraction of the planet’s water — less than one-thousandth of a percent. Yet because of its position at the interface between the land and the atmosphere, that tiny amount plays a crucial role in everything from agriculture to weather and climate, and even the spread of disease.
17th January 2017

Open source planning tool for the energy turnaround

Open source planning tool for the energy turnaround
How much electricity flows through the grid? When and where? Where are the bottlenecks? What happens when wind turbines and solar cells feed in additional energy? The answer to these questions are essential for the global energy turnaround. However, for a valid planning, one first needs a solid understanding of the infrastructure. 
6th December 2016

Oxygen gas analyser offers more accurate trace oxygen measurement

Oxygen gas analyser offers more accurate trace oxygen measurement
  Cambridge Sensotec specialises in the design and manufacture of gas analysis equipment under the Rapidox brand name.
30th November 2016


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