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Fischer studies volcanic gases in remote areas of world

Aleutian Islands offer unique opportunity for UNM scientist. UNM Newsroom (2016).
http://news.unm.edu/news/fischer-studies-volcanic-gases-in-remote-areas-of-world


Professor Tobias Fischer sits inside a volcanic crater on the Aleutian Islands. Photo credit: Dr. Taryn Lopez, University of Alaska.

New publication on source for atmospheric CO2 -- Nature Geoscience


Ph.D. student Hyunwoo Lee with advisor Tobias Fischer discover important new source of atmospheric CO2

More information: Hyunwoo Lee et al. Massive and prolonged deep carbon emissions associated with continental rifting, Nature Geoscience (2016).DOI: 10.1038/ngeo2622


Sampling Volcanic Gases On Remote Aleutian Islands


Tobias Fischer was one of several scientists who spent four weeks on the remote westernmost Aleutian Islands. Fischer is preparing for CO2 remote sensing gas measurements on Kiska Volcano. (Credit: Taryn Lopez / University of Alaska)

More information: Environmental Monitor


ITB International Workshop in Bandung, Indonesia


Tobias Fischer teaches geothermal field camp at the ITB International Geothermal Workshop in Bandung, Indonesia.

More information: ITB International Geothermal Workshop 2016


Helping the Earth suck carbon


Helping the Earth suck carbon

More information: http://fusion.net/story/274965/great-carbon-dioxide-suck/