Atmospheric and Air Quality Monitoring, Climatology

“Air pollution comes from many different sources: stationary sources such as factories, power plants, and smelters and smaller sources such as dry cleaners and degreasing operations; mobile sources such as cars, buses, planes, trucks, and trains; and naturally occurring sources such as windblown dust, and volcanic eruptions, all contribute to air pollution. Air Quality can be affected in many ways by the pollution emitted from these sources.” –The EPA

How much easier would air quality compliance be if the O2, CO2, CH4, H20, rate of oxidation, and rate of emissions data was irrefutable?

Important System Considerations

  • Highest resolution O2 analysis
  • CO2 Analysis with greatest range and stability
  • Rugged and compact field analyzers

Sable SOlutions

MA-10 Methane Analyzer

The MA-10 Methane Analyzer is a fast-responding CH4 analyzer with a wide measurement range (0-10%) combined with high resolution. It’s ideal for constant volume/stop-flow and flow-through respirometry of methane-producing organisms. Barometric pressure compensation is standard. Direct modulation of…
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Relevant Publications

Relevant Publications

Hayward, S., Muncey, R. J., James, A. E., Halsall, C. J., & Hewitt, C. N. (2001). Monoterpene emissions from soil in a Sitka spruce forest. Atmospheric Environment, 35(24), 4081-4087.

Ishidoya, S., Murayama, S., Takamura, C., Kondo, H., Saigusa, N., Goto, D., … & Nakazawa, T. (2013). O 2: CO 2 exchange ratios observed in a cool temperate deciduous forest ecosystem of central Japan. Tellus B, 65.

Lee, S., Jang, M., & Kamens, R. M. (2004). SOA formation from the photooxidation of< i> α</i>-pinene in the presence of freshly emitted diesel soot exhaust. Atmospheric Environment, 38(16), 2597-2605.

Li, Q., Wyatt, A., & Kamens, R. M. (2009). Oxidant generation and toxicity enhancement of aged-diesel exhaust. Atmospheric Environment, 43(5), 1037-1042.

Lobo, P., Hagen, D. E., & Whitefield, P. D. (2011). Comparison of PM emissions from a commercial jet engine burning conventional, biomass, and Fischer–Tropsch fuels. Environmental science & technology, 45(24), 10744-10749.