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Satellite maps variability of UK countryside

New hi-tech map reveals the most urban, most wooded and most arable counties The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) has used the latest satellite …

Remote methane detector incorporates IoT connectivity

Detecting methane leaks for oil and gas distribution companies can be extremely difficult. Above ground pipelines can be out of reach and are often within …

Data firm calls for adoption of more modern measurement techniques following BBC greenhouse gas data exposé

Sustainability data company Ecometrica has called on countries and governments to adopt modern direct methods to measure climate-change emissions, following …

20 year old FTIR gas analyzer finally retires

After almost 20 years of service a Gasmet FTIR multigas analyzer has finally been retired, according to the firm. The instrument, which is a Gasmet 9540, was …

Remote sensor can be installed where gas leaks are most likely to happen

In response to an industry-wide drive towards improved worker safety and reducing maintenance downtime, toxic gas detection expert Crowcon has developed a …

Algorithm enables rapid and effective tree census using Google Earth

Academics have developed technology which allows Google Earth to be used for a census of palm trees over vast swathes of land as part of a world-first research …

Conference presentations point to LiDAR’s growing preeminence in offshore wind measurement

Wind measurement experts gathered in London in June concluded that LiDAR technology had over the years fully proven its ability to provide wind measurements as …

Handheld VOCs monitor chosen by Australian environmental agency

Australian environmental consultancy, JBS&G has purchased a Tiger handheld volatile organic compound (VOC) monitor from gas detection specialist Ion …

Portable spectrometer for hazard identification

FLIR Systems has announced the Griffin G510 gas chromatograph-mass spectrometer (GC/MS), its first person-portable chemical identifier. The FLIR Griffin G510 …

Aerial mapping firm launches tree failure risk tool

In partnership with the University of Lancaster, aerial mapping company Bluesky has launched a new tool which can be used to predict the likelihood of trees …

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