Automated Isotope Valve

By Tethys

Our team is developing an electronic valve that will automate height selection to aid our client, Dr. Kimberly Samuels-Crow's Stable Isotope research. The project is sponsored by Dr. Samuels-Crow and her National Science Foundation grant.

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Our Client

Dr. Kimberly Samuels-Crow

Dr. Kimberly Samuels-Crow is studying the process of water movement through the atmosphere using an instrument that makes real-time measurements of the isotopic composition of water vapor. This instrument analyzes the stable isotope composition to determine whether water have evaporated or transpirated into the atmosphere. Our project is to design and install an automated valve for her instrument that will allow her to remotely control and analyze her readings.