Scientists from the University of Exeter are using a CR10X measurement and control system to measure the growth of 10,000 year old stalagmites to show how they can help predict changes in the climate. The datalogger acquires the stalagmite growth data via six automatic samplers and over 2 km of cable at Stump Cross Caverns near Harrogate in Yorkshire, UK. Stalagmites contain clues about how the climate has changed over thousands of years and may help predict how it will change in the future.

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Case Study Summary

Application

Determining the relationships between stalagmite growth and climate change

Location

Yorkshire, England

Products Used

CR10X 

Participating Organizations

University of Exeter

Controlled Devices

Samplers