Deep carbon Degassing (DECADE)
Research Project , 2015 – 2016

The DECADE (Deep Earth Carbon Degassing) project is an international initiative aiming at providing an improved quantitative budget for global volcanic carbon emissions, by establishing a monitoring network on some of the most actively degassing volcanoes worldwide and complementing it with regional-scale measurements of other volcano-tectonic areas. The gas monitoring network will allow real-time quantification of carbon emissions, as well as other molecules, laying the foundation for long-term geochemical research on active volcanoes at a global basis.


Bo Galle (contact)

Professor vid Chalmers, Space, Earth and Environment, Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing, Optical Remote Sensing


Department of Terrestrial Magnetism Carnegie Institution of Washington

Funding Chalmers participation during 2013–2014 with 1,087,264.00 SEK

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