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What is Aquaculture?

What is Aquaculture?

Understand the different types of aquaculture and how Sea-Bird Scientific can help make aquafarming programs successful.

What is Aquaculture?

Understand the different types of aquaculture and how Sea-Bird Scientific can help make aquafarming programs successful.

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5 Inductive Modem Configurations

5 Inductive Modem Configurations

Inductive modem moorings are capable and flexible. Learn how 1 mooring line can facilitate real-time data for up to 100 instruments, in 5 unique configurations.

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What is Oceanography?

What is Oceanography?

We dive into understanding what oceanology is and how it is used today to help us better understand our global ecosystem.

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Photo Contest Winners

Photo Contest Winners

We poured over the photo contest entries and voted on our favories. See the winners and access links to the full galleries.

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Inductive Modem Telemetry

Inductive Modem Telemetry

IM systems eliminate the need for connectors entirely, transforming a mooring’s tether into a medium for real-time data transmission.

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Analog Sensor Integration Guide

Analog Sensor Integration Guide

From bottom contact triggers to transmissometers, oceanographic sensor options are vast and diverse, and choosing the right combination of sensors can significantly augment a CTD’s measurement capabilities. Although getting disparate technologies to talk to one...

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Featured Posts

Calibration at SBS: Metrology

Sea-Bird Scientific's metrology lab creates a direct link between our world-class calibration lab and NIST traceable standards. Watch this video to learn about the tools that we use to achieve optimal accuracy from Sea-Bird's resident Metrologist.  ...

Why is Calibration Important?

You wouldn’t measure sea surface temperature with a meat thermometer. Likewise, you wouldn’t use an SBE 3 to check a steak. There are some obvious reasons for this, primarily related to hardware, cost, and design, but ultimately meat thermometers just aren’t...

History of the SeaCAT

SeaCATs, the CTD family consisting of the 16plus V2 and 19plus V2, were first developed in late 1985 back when Sea-Bird had barely evolved past a garage operation. When a customer requested a moored CTD – the first that Sea-Bird had ever built, Sea-Bird's team...