Project Summary

This project establishes fit-for-purpose atmospheric monitoring methods and technologies for discriminate between detected environmental signals in CCS locations. This project achieves these goals by creating and demonstrating a passive, area-integrated measurement network that can detect and triangulate anomalous sources with high probability. It does this by combining the integrating effects of atmospheric flow with path-integrating measurements.

The project addresses what the optimal instrument combination and configuration that might be effective for CCS application within the Gippsland environment.

Available Reports

Performance of OP-NIR system for measurement, monitoring and verification of influences on atmospheric state

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Project Name:
An atmospheric assurance system for the Gippsland near-shore environment

Research Organisation:
The University of Wollongong

Status:
In Progress

Authors:
N Deutscher

Reference:
7-0816-0304

Demonstration: Gippsland Basin
Research Focus: Atmospheric monitoring technology

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