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Campbell Scientific Australia represented at OzFlux 2012

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Dr David Hammond and David Boadle represented Campbell Scientific Australia at the OzFlux annual conference held recently in Methven, New Zealand.

Hosted by Landcare Research New Zealand, the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) and CSIRO, the conference attracted wide participation from the Flux research community in Australia and New Zealand with several new researchers utilising the capabilities of flux monitoring equipment within their research fields.

After an opening presentation by Helen Cleugh of CSIRO, providing updates on the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN), various conference speakers gave presentations on diverse topics over the course of the 3-day conference.

Campbell Scientific flux monitoring equipment is widely used in Australia and New Zealand in various applications including determining CO2 quantity left behind after mountain ash forest fires and groundwater disappearing through evapotranspiration, or quantifying the sources of methane and nitrous oxide in agricultural locations among others. Campbell Scientific’s flux monitoring systems help provide accurate and reliable data utilising industry-leading sensors and data acquisition devices. 

IRGASON integrated open-path analyser and sonic anemometer is the latest flux measurement offering from Campbell Scientific specifically designed for eddy-covariance flux measurements. The IRGASON simultaneously measures absolute CO2 and water vapour densities, air temperature, barometric pressure, three-dimensional wind speed, and sonic air temperature.

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