Scientific Publications

Atmospheritc Measurement Techniques

July 24, 2020: The GHGSat-D imaging spectrometer

GHGSat-D or “Claire”, launched on 21 June 2016, is the first in a planned constellation of small satellites designed and operated by GHGSat, Inc. to measure greenhouse gas emissions at the facility scale from space.

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Environmental Science and Tech

July 16, 2020: Quantifying Time-Averaged Methane Emissions from Individual Coal Mine Vents with GHGSat-D Satellite Observations

Satellite observations of atmospheric methane plumes offer a means for global mapping of methane point sources...

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October 25, 2019: Satellite Discovery of Anomalously Large Methane Point Sources From Oil/Gas Production

Rapid identification of anomalous methane sources in oil/gas fields could enable corrective action to fight climate change.

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Atmospheritc Measurement Techniques

October 18, 2018: Quantifying methane point sources from fine-scale satellite observations of atmospheric methane plumes

GHGSat-D or “Claire”, launched on 21 June 2016, is the first in a planned constellation of small satellites designed and operated by GHGSat, Inc. to measure greenhouse gas emissions at the facility scale from space.

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Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics

November 18, 2016: Satellite observations of atmospheric methane and their value for quantifying methane emissions

Methane is a greenhouse gas emitted by a range of natural and anthropogenic sources...

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June 4, 2016: Global Monitoring of Green Gas Emissions

Earlier this year, GHGSat launched the world's first satellite capable of measuring greenhouse gas emissions from targeted industrial facilities around the world...

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