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Ocean Sciences 2020 Conference Posters

Ocean Sciences 2020 Conference Posters

Missed us at Ocean Sciences 2020? Check out digital copies of our Science Team’s conference posters to learn more about what they are working on: Field Performance of an ISFET Based Profiling pH SensorCharles W. Branham, Vladislav Simontov, Yuichiro Takeshita &...

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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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Video: Simulating an Inductive Mooring

Conceptually, inductive moorings seem complex - communicating with 100 instruments through a single cable doesn’t exactly sound intuitive. But, in practice, the setup is surprisingly simple. Watch our latest video to see how easy it is to test and simulate an...

5 Inductive Modem Configurations

A buoy, a jacketed wire rope, and some exposed metal. In its simplest form, that’s all you need to create an inductive modem (IM) mooring. The buoy supports the surface modem, power supply, and data logging/transmission. Some buoys may also contain weather sensors, or...

What is Oceanography?

Oceanography encompasses so many different elements, but at its core, it is the application of the major scientific disciplines to our oceans. Being an oceanographer can mean you study the physical, geological, chemical, or biological features of the ocean. These...