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Learn how Bret Webb, University of South Alabama, is using the Turner Designs C3 Submersible Fluorometer with CDOM/FDOM, refined fuels and crude oil optics as part of a personal watercraft-based system for coastal open mapping. – Download article published in Journal … Continue reading

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We’re excited to introduce a UV Secondary Solid Standard for our Cyclops-7 Submersible Fluorometers.  Instrumentation configured for UV analyses typically rely on the use of liquid standards, such as Quinine Sulfate, for ensuring instrument integrity.  However, transporting and preparing liquid … Continue reading

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Whether you’re involved with a dye, algal, or coastal contamination study, data mapping is a powerful way to present and analyze your data. Quick and efficient visual indications of fluorescence, position and depth enable researchers to make real-time adjustments allowing … Continue reading

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Sanibel Sea School in Florida is using the Turner Designs Cyclops-7 Submersible Fluorometer configured with crude oil optics and partnered with the DataBank Handheld Datalogger to check for oil in local waters.   Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this … Continue reading

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Preparing for the worst: Spill responders practice on Kachemak Bay By Hal Spence | Peninsula Clarion Article featuring Turner Designs Crude Oil Fluorometer user, Brian Pascal.  Click here to read the article. Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post … Continue reading

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