Hot Gases, Cool Techniques: Measuring Carbon Isotopes at Volcanoes

Volcanoes are amazing features and a major contributor of CO2 to the atmosphere. One challenge has been to measure the carbon isotopic signature of a volcanic plume, which tells a lot about the deep processes and can potentially help forecast eruptions.

This one hour replay of our webinar on July 26, 2018, features John Stix (Professor, McGill University) and Fiona D’Arcy (PhD student, McGill University) joined by Gregor Lucic (Application Scientist, Picarro) as they unravel the possibilities when deploying Picarro instruments in the field. If you have an interest in measuring the isotopic composition of volcanic plumes and soil gases, this webinar is for you!

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