A Rapid Assessment Technique for Mapping Ground Level Carbon Dioxide Concentrations using a Light-Weight, Field-Rugged Gas Analyzer
9 September 2014

This poster demonstrates that GLCC mapping can be used as a rapid assessment tool for identifying aberrations in CO2 concentration relative to background level.

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