What is this Theme about?
Scientific observations and the related technologies are the foundation of many Environmental Research Infrastructures. The diverse members of the ENVRI community use a large variety of technologies, measuring parameters ranging from atmospheric concentration of trace gases through metabolomics to detect biodiversity and deep ocean salinity to Earth crust motions. However, the numerous technologies available rely on a few fundamental physical principles and have several technical aspects in common. Ample opportunity for collaborative work across disciplines exists. The goal is to ensure common development and application efforts and generate innovation that is not possibly achieved by single Research Infrastructure.
Pages in category "Technical Innovations"
The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total.
- Reference document for methane harmonized monitoring
- Report for best practices on robust telecom/data transmission
- Report on improved robustness in extreme conditions
- Report on integration across networks: common strategy and common sensors for lidar and aerosol extinction measurements
- Report on intercalibration with green repeater initiative
- Report on opportunities and applications of unmanned observatories for usage across RIs
- Report on the use of energy units in extreme environments
- Report on traceability and standards in Environmental RIs
- Results and recommendations from the comparison exercise of sensor embedded processing practices