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Become Part of the Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Army

News   Jul 28, 2020 | Original story from Linköping University

 
Become Part of the Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Army

Researchers at Linköping University's Department of Thematic Studies, Environmental Change, have developed a simple logger for greenhouse gas flows. It is built using inexpensive and easily available parts, and provides data on levels of methane, carbon dioxide, temperature and humidity. Credit: LiU.

 
 
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