Tag Archives: HABs

Environmental conditions are changing leading to significant shifts in algal populations. An example of this is the noticeable worldwide increase in Harmful Algal Blooms, primarily cyanobacteria. Identifying algal groups within a total phytoplankton population is critical as some groups can … Continue reading

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Early identification of Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) is key to mitigating their effects and protecting public health. Turner Designs’ CyanoFluor is a new handheld fluorometer equipped with optics for detecting chlorophyll (CHL) and phycocyanin (PC) responses from natural water samples. … 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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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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