Rivers and streams emit much more CO2 at night than during the day
EPFL scientists have found that streams and rivers – or “running waters” – emit on average four times more CO2 at night than during the day. That matters because most estimates of global CO2 emissions are made using measurements taken during the day, thereby introducing a potential bias into the calculation of the global carbon cycle.
Fall semester Master Thesis in Civil Engineering
The Civil Engineering Section congratulates its graduates on the successful completion of their autumn semester Master Projects! The Master projects are available on Infoscience or in our GC Master Project Gallery.