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Fugitive emissions of methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2) from a lagoon containing biosolids were continuously measured using an eddy covariance system for three months. Open Path Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometry (OP-FTIR) was also used to quantify concentrations of methane and ammonia...
Quantifying Greenhouse Gas Emissions from an Oil Sands Tailings Pond using Micrometeorological Flux Measurement TechniquesDownload
The focus of this thesis is the use of micrometeorological techniques to quantify the flux of trace gases from surface area sources to the atmosphere. In particular, it is an investigation into the feasibility of using such techniques, specifically the eddy covariance and inverse dispersion...
Accelerated climate warming of Canada’s sparsely vegetated high Arctic has resulted in rapid environmental changes including loss of glacial ice, permafrost thaw, decreased snow cover and changing plant communities. These responses are causing mostly unknown changes to the natural cycling of the...