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Q&A: Moored Data Excursions

Q&A: Moored Data Excursions

February 2020 Newsletter The data above came from a HydroCAT-EP multiparameter probe moored in an estuary near Savannah, Georgia. The highlighted section shows a sudden change in the temperature and salinity data that lasted for approximately 4 days, and continued...

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pH Training: Past and Present

pH Training: Past and Present

October 2019 Newsletter On October 31st, Sea-Bird Scientific presented a hands on technical training at the OCEANS ’19 conference in Seattle, WA. If you could not attend, watch a recording of our live webinar, presented on July 18th 2019, outlining how our latest line...

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How many pH samples can you fit into a year?

How many pH samples can you fit into a year?

How long can you really trust your sensor to sip energy from its batteries? Properly selecting the right sample interval must strike a balance between a high-resolution dataset and a complete time-series. After some quick calculations, we’ve found the optimal sample...

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Inductive Modem SeaFET/SeapHOx V2

Inductive Modem SeaFET/SeapHOx V2

April 2019 Newsletter Sea-Bird Scientific’s line of ISFET pH sensors only communicate via RS-232. However, savvy integrators can utilize the SBE 44 Underwater Inductive Modem as the link between the SeaFET/SeapHOx and an existing inductive modem mooring, providing...

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Prototype pH Sensors: Eyes on an Experimental Kelp Farm

Prototype pH Sensors: Eyes on an Experimental Kelp Farm

December 2018 Newsletter Spanning January to July 2018, two alpha SeapHOx V2s (serial numbers 001 and 002) tracked changes in pH at an experimental kelp farm funded by the Paul Allen Foundation. The purpose of the experiment was twofold: field-test the upgraded...

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HyperNAV Hyperspectral Radiometer

HyperNAV Hyperspectral Radiometer

As remote sensing satellites orbit Earth, Sea-Bird Scientific and NASA are developing a tool to drift with ocean currents. The HyperNav, a combination of hyperspectral radiometers and a Navis profiling float, provides in-situ calibration and verification for ocean...

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Featured Posts

Sponsoring the Next Generation of Ocean Scientists

Sea-Bird Scientific was proud to have exhibited at the Ocean Optics Conference in Quy Nhon, Binh Dinh, Vietnam, from October 2 - 7, this year. The next generation of ocean scientists will contribute to the preservation of our oceans, and ultimately our planet. That’s...

OCEANS 2022

Sea-Bird Scientific is excited to announce our exhibition at the OCEANS Conference in Virginia Beach, Virginia from October 17 - 20 this year. Don't forget to stop by and see us at booth #500. Want to reserve your spot? Register now here. From the organizers: "Global...

Ocean Optics 2022

Sea-Bird Scientific is excited to announce our exhibition at the Ocean Optics Conference in Quy Nhon, Binh Dinh, Vietnam, from October 2 - 7 this year.  Want to reserve your spot? Register now here. From the organizers: "Ocean Optics XXV will take place October 2–7,...

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