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Congratulations to Jayme Smith who was awarded a Travel Stipend for her poster presentation at ASLO 2017 featuring our Trilogy Laboratory Fluorometer. ::Study Questions:: •  Will the diverted Hyperion effluent cause a phytoplankton bloom in Santa Monica Bay? •  If phytoplankton do respond, … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Alice Lie who was awarded a Travel Stipend for her poster presentation at ASLO 2017 featuring our Trilogy Laboratory Fluorometer. ::Presentation Overview:: Phagotrophic phytoflagellates are mixotrophic algae that can obtain carbon and energy through both photosynthesis and phagotrophy … Continue reading

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Last month our Applications Scientist, Lawrence Younan, presented “Fluorometers; Experiences with Autonomous Vehicles” at Oceanology International North America.  Learn more about how our C3 and Cyclops Integrator Submersible Fluorometers integrate with gliders and AUVs by viewing the presentation here. Blog … Continue reading

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Enviro-T2 is ideal for drinking water or wastewater facilities that want to detect cyanobacteria and algae in their water flow.  It is an accurate, single-channel fluorometer which easily integrates with data collection systems providing a 4 – 20 mA output … Continue reading

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Using submersible fluorometry as part of a Manta 2 probe for cyanobacterial monitoring >>Read case study Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share via MySpace share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Share … Continue reading

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The winners of the Liquid Robotics Wave Glider PacX Challenge deployed Honey Badger at the end of May on a 6 month mission called MAGI.  The goal of this mission is to sample the late summer phytoplankton bloom that develops … Continue reading

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Turner Designs is very excited to announce FluoroSense – the smallest, easiest to use handheld fluorometer for measuring in vivo chlorophyll.  The simple two-button keypad enables users to quickly power on the instrument and take a reading to estimate chlorophyll in … Continue reading

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Turner Designs recently developed an in vivo chlorophyll sensor that uses a red excitation light source to elicit a fluorescence response from algae.  This sensor is ideal for environments rich in Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) and blue-green algae.  DOM has … Continue reading

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Rebekah was awarded a travel stipend for her presentation at the AGU Ocean Sciences 2014 meeting in Hawaii titled “Zooplankton grazing in the Amundsen Sea.” Rebekah used our Trilogy Laboratory for extracted chlorophyll a measurements. Congratulations to Rebekah and thanks for using … Continue reading

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Teatown Lake Reservation is a private non-profit organization that specializes in environmental education for K-12 students. Their educational philosophy is to develop critical thinking skills in students by offering experiential programs that develop skills in natural history, and data collection … Continue reading

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