Gill Instruments will be exhibiting at the European Geosciences Union Assembly (EGU) in Austria from 17-22 April 2016 on stand 33.
EGU is the largest international gathering of researchers and scientists focused on all aspects of Earth, Planetary and Space studies.
Visit Gill to understand more about their 3-axis ultrasonic anemometers and weather stations, which are widely used by research councils, national scientific organisations and universities for environmental studies including Eddy Covariance studies of ecosystems and climate change. Recent changes to the Gill WindMaster ultrasonic anemometer bring benefits including improvements to sonic temperature performance and sensible heat flux.
Visitors will also be able to learn about Gill WMO compliant MetPak and MaxiMet weather stations which integrate a range of measurement parameters to provide high quality, compact and reliable weather monitoring for applications including global geological and hydrological research.
Visit stand 33 for more information about how other EGU members use Gill products.