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Stemming the Flow: Monitoring Emissions at Sea

From fenceline and volcanic gas monitoring to collecting remote measurements of coastal erosion, the evolution of portable spectral sensing tools has enabled scientists to gain invaluable insights for a growing number of environmental applications.

Spectroscopy experts, Ocean Optics, reveal how optical sensing methods can provide a much-needed solution for monitoring the harmful emissions from ships that are entering our atmosphere.

This article was featured in the July/August issue of ECO. To read, click here.

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