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Quantifying GHGs and Ammonia Fluxes in an Experimental Farm with Automated and Manual Measurements
Agriculture contributes substantially to air pollution and climate change, but there has been little discussion on how to mitigate the three major greenhouse gases and ammonia simultaneously from agricultural soils. In this webinar, you'll learn how Dr. Eri Saikawa of Emory University is tackling this exact question in an experimental corn field, while keeping the yield intact. Join us for this live seminar where Dr. Saikawa will share her preliminary fieldwork results from pairing Picarro's G2508 multi-species gas analyzer with Eosense's eosAC automated and manual chambers for a fully-integrated, complete soil flux measurement solution.

Jul 14, 2022 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Dr. Eri Saikawa
Associate Professor & Director of Graduate Studies @Emory University; Atlanta, Georgia
Dr Saikawa takes an interdisciplinary approach to her research, pulling from her background in chemistry, public affairs, and environmental science and policy. Her research covers a broad range of topics, including; atmospheric chemistry, environmental health, biogeochemistry, climate science and environmental policy. In particular, Dr. Saikawa is interested in understanding the sources and the magnitudes of emissions linked to air pollution, ozone depletion and climate change, and the impacts of these emissions on humans and on society. She is also interested in what policy measures are available to reduce these emissions, and how politics play a role in the policy making process.
Dr. Gregor Lucic
Senior Product Manager @Picarro Inc.
Dr. Gregor Lucic completed a PhD at McGill University where he studied volcanic gas emissions from active volcanic centers. He manages Picarro’s product line of greenhouse gas, trace gas and hazardous air pollutant analyzers. He has spent the last 6 years working at Picarro, helping researchers and industry professionals around the world deploy and operate their Picarro instruments in a variety of settings and applications. In his spare time, you can find him exploring California and the world with his trusty camera.
Deirdre Mallyon
Marketing & Business Development @Eosense
Deirdre Mallyon holds an MSc from the University of Alberta where she studied the geodynamics of the lithospheric mantle boundary between the North American craton and the Cordillera. Since joining the Eosense team in 2016, Deirdre has worked in Market Research, Business Development and Marketing. Outside of the office, you'll find Deirdre hiking on Nova Scotia's many beautiful trails.