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UPDATE: AROMA-VOC On the Ground at Carlsbad Caverns

03rd Aug 2021

AROMA-VOC is currently on the ground studying emissions from the Permian Basin in western Texas and southeastern New Mexico. Researchers at Colorado State University in collaboration with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the National Park Service are seeking to better understand how volatile organic compounds (VOCs) lead to ozone nonattainment around Carlsbad Caverns, NM. At the Caverns, AROMA-VOC is taking measurements alongside other instrumentation. It will also be deployed in a vehicle to study emissions from the Permian Basin, as well as surrounding urban and remote (background) locations to better understand local sources. The flexibility of AROMA-VOC enables long-term, unattended fixed monitoring, as well as mobile measurements from any vehicle – no build-out required. 

Pictured (left to right): Anthony Miller, CEO of Entanglement Technologies, with Yong Zhou, Research Scientist, and Da Pan, Postdoctoral Researcher, of Colorado State University using AROMA-VOC in the mobile laboratory at Carlsbad Caverns, NM.

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