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Balloon tracks dairies’ gases


August 16, 2010
By The Fresno Bee

August 9, 2010 – An orange balloon floated 50 feet above California
State University, Fresno’s small dairy herd last week, helping in the
unsavory task of gathering air samples from a plume of pungent gases.

August 9, 2010 – An orange balloon floated 50 feet above California State University, Fresno’s small dairy herd last week, helping in the unsavory task of gathering air samples from a plume of pungent gases.

On the ground, a gas chamber held more samples while massive Holstein and Jersey cows drooled and munched feed nearby. Researchers sweated in the barnyard stench, making sure sampling instruments worked properly.

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