The new AquaDiva publication "Onsite cavity enhanced Raman spectrometry for the investigation of gas exchange processes in the Earth's critical zone" by AquaDiva doctoral researcher Anne Sieburg and other AquaDiva members (Tobias Jochum, Susan Trumbore, Jürgen Popp, Torsten Frosch), recently published in Analyst (142: 3360-3369), was selected as part of the themed collection: Recent HOT articles. This themed collection features original research articles published in Analyst marked as HOT by the handling editor or as recommended by referees.
The article presents a study that used Raman gas spectrometry as a robust, versatile method for onsite, battery-powered field measurements of gases in the unsaturated and saturated Earth's Critical Zone at the Hainich Critical Zone Exploratory in Thuringia, Germany.
Graphical Abstract of Sieburg A., Jochum T., Trumbore S.E., Popp J., Frosch T. (2017) Onsite cavity enhanced Raman spectrometry for the investigation of gas exchange processes in the Earth's critical zone. Analyst 142: 3360-3369.