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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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Turner Designs’ new C6P Submersible Sensor package enables up to six sensors in a corrosion resistant, highly durable, Delrin plastic housing able to withstand the harshest of environments and rated to a depth of 600 meters.  Modeled after the popular … Continue reading

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Turner Designs recently concluded in-depth testing of AML’s Cabled UV.  Upon Cabled UV’s 2014 release, we recognized the advantages the product would bring to the use of our fluorometers.  Testing with  Cyclops sensors showed the Cabled UV did not interfere … Continue reading

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Biofouling is one of the greatest challenges for long term deployments. There are many different preventative measures to help control  biofouling but none  are a complete solution to the problem.  Turner Designs initially offered wipers when we introduced the C3 … 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 microbial contamination of waterways by fecal microbes, and specifically, pathogenic  microbes, presents a major problem in the United States and worldwide. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that diarrheal diseases account for 1.8 million of the 3.1 million water-related … Continue reading

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Rebecca Bernard of Dauphin Island Sea Lab in Alabama is the first recipient of our Travel Stipend. Rebecca will give a presentation at the Ecological Society of America meeting this month in Portland, Oregon titled The Biogeochemistry of Oyster Restoration. … Continue reading

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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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Rhodes University Field Station is an adjunct of the Department of Zoology and Entomology. The University Department has made considerable advances in estuarine and oceanic studies over many years that have appeared in international peer reviewed journals. It is sited … Continue reading

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We’re sorry we missed you if you weren’t able to attend the National Water Quality Monitoring Conference in Portland last week It was a great meeting and we had lots of interesting conversations. Looks like customers attending the show were … Continue reading

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