Ocean Optics 2022
From the organizers:
“Ocean Optics XXV will take place October 2–7, 2022, at the International Centre for Interdisciplinary Science and Education (ICISE) in Quy Nhon, Binh Dinh, Vietnam. This will be the 25th anniversary of the conference and the planning committee is looking forward to bringing the community together to share current research results and collaborate on future projects.”
This year, Sea-Bird Scientific will be facilitating a presentation on some of our key instruments that make up our optical portfolio, you won’t want to miss it:
Have an abstract you want to submit? Submit yours here by August 15. Our colleagues have submitted a few already below:
- What is a “Better Chlorophyll Fluorometer”? Authors: Eric Rehm1, Hervé Claustre2, Edouard Leymarie2, Flavien Petit2, Antoine Poteau2, Julia Uitz2
- Evaluation of the HyperNAV radiometric system ability to meet the PACE SVC requirements (NASA HYpernav project, Nils is a team member from the University of Maine). Authors: Nils Haentjens, Emmanuel Boss, Robert Frouin, Cristina Orrico, Andrew Barnard.
- Recent measurements of marine optical properties in the Eastern Mediterranean and the potential Copernicus Ocean Colour System Vicarious (OC-SVC) site of Crete. Authors: Andrew Banks, Stella Psarra, Panos Drakopoulos, Spyros Chaikalis, Aris Karageorgis, Nektarios Spyridakis, Katerine Kikaki, Eleni Livanou, Chreisting Zeri, Elli Pitta, Dimitris Velaoras, Edouard Leymarine, Emmanuel Boss, Nils Haentjens, Andrew Barnard.. FYI, Andrew Banks is a collaborator on our HyperNAV project.
Come and see us to discuss all things Sea-Bird Scientific and optical sensors!
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