Measuring CO2, temperature and humidity in our office

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Since beginning summer, tests and works have been undertaken at our office at the Geoscience & Remote Sensing (GRS) department of TU Delft to improve temperature conditions while working. In order to support these tests, some measurements have been acquired.

And it is still very interesting to observe not only the temporal variability of temperature, CO2 – Carbon dioxide concentrations and relative humidity but also the apparent nice correlations between them! Especially, CO2 in our office and temperature seem to follow similar diurnal variation. Of course, these variables, at a such local scale, are also strongly dependent on external parameters such as wind transport, the number of people present in the room, whether the windows are open etc…

 

More information?

  • CO2 – Carbon dioxide, an important greenhouse gas and its impacts on our changing climate here

 

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