The Oubangui is a major tributary of the Congo River. We describe the biogeochemistry of contrasting tributaries within its central catchment, with watershed vegetation ranging from wooded savannahs to humid rainforest. Compared to a 2-year monitoring record on the mainstem Oubangui, these tributaries show a wide range of biogeochemical signatures, from… (More)
Mapping is a critical part of a visual effects pipeline, especially with photorealistic rendering. We present our work on updating a 2D mapping pipeline to a 3D painter and the novel work of having a production ready painter with Yuksel's Mesh Colors [Yuksel et al. 2010] mapping technique.
Carbon emissions to the atmosphere from inland waters are globally significant and mainly occur at tropical latitudes. However, processes controlling the intensity of CO2 and CH4 emissions from tropical inland waters remain poorly understood. Here, we report a data-set of concurrent measurements of the partial pressure of CO2 (pCO2) and dissolved CH4… (More)