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25 September 2007 A wireless sensor network for methane monitoring
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We outline a system for monitoring methane over the internet using a simple wireless sensor network. The system was developed for use at a capped landfill site which contains municipal solid waste. The sensor nodes use commercially available metal oxide semiconductor gas sensors to monitor and allow for a near real-time monitoring of gas emissions. This system is intended to complement the work of personnel who have to physically take the measurement using hand-held infrared instrument. We also outline preliminary testing of this system.
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J. Hayes, C. Slater, B. Kiernan, C. Dunphy, W. Guo, K. T. Lau, and D. Diamond "A wireless sensor network for methane monitoring", Proc. SPIE 6755, Advanced Environmental, Chemical, and Biological Sensing Technologies V, 675504 (25 September 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.733753
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