Introduction Met One Instruments, Inc. working with CH2M Hill, has put together an environmental monitoring network on the dry lakebed of Owens Lake in California. The system continuously monitors particulate levels, as well as current [...]

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Met One Instruments has recently acquired the meteorological product line from CLIMET Instruments and will be supporting all CLIMET customers for parts and service as well as replacement sensors. Please contact Jo Ann Pottberg at [...]

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The California Air Resources Board has released a comprehensive study where the performance of the Met One Instruments BAM-1020 configured to monitor PM2.5 is monitored at 18 sites throughout the state over a period of [...]

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Met One Instruments SASS and S/SASS Speciation Samplers are the preferred method of sampling mass and trace metals, organic and elemental carbon, sulfate, nitrate and other ions and elements using PM2.5 Sharp Cut Cyclone inlets [...]

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Met One Instruments, Inc. made history with the BAM-1020 when the US-EPA and the U.S. Federal Government announced that the BAM-1020 had become the first continuous particulate monitor to earn US-EPA designation as a Class [...]

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Can a vehicle be built which can go directly downwind, faster than the wind (DDWFTTW), powered only by the wind, steady state? Thin Air Designs, in collaboration with the San Jose State University Aero department, [...]

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BP Oil Spill EPA Recommended Monitoring for Rapid Response: Met One Instruments, Inc. responded quickly to the USEPA request for particulate monitoring instruments and training at the beginning of the tragic Gulf Coast Oil Spill. [...]

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Met One Instruments' Solar Farm Monitoring System is an automated weather station specifically designed for solar resource applications. The system is easily customized with accessories for additional measurements, wireless communications, and remote power. The Rumor [...]

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Every day we see or hear something we want to share with you. So, here we go with the MOI Monitor. We hope you will share your news and experiences with our equipment. Because the [...]

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Met One Instruments, Inc. has been informed by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US-EPA) that it has successfully completed all work on the eFRM Sampler necessary to gain designation as a new Reference Method [...]

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