Sunday, March 3, 2013
CANDAC scientists blogging from Eureka, Nunavut!
Dan Weaver, a PhD student working with Prof. Strong at the University of Toronto, just blogged about the 2013 Canadian Arctic ACE/OSIRIS Validation Campaign from CANDAC's iconic red PEARL lab in Eureka, Nunavut. Read his informative blog at http://createarcticscience.wordpress.com/.
Environment Canada colleagues welcomed back CANDAC scientists for another year of measurements.
Photo credit: Dan Weaver.
Dan cools detectors in the Bruker spectrometer with liquid nitrogen. The Bruker measures tropospheric and stratospheric gases like ozone, carbon dioxide, methane, and many more.
Photo credit: Paul Loewen.
Posted by Ashley (CANDAC Outreach Facilitator) at 7:28 PM