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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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Q&A: Negative Fluorescence Data

Q&A: Negative Fluorescence Data

December 2019 Newsletter Fluorescence is the light emitted by a particle after excitation from another light source. Sea-Bird Scientific fluorometers are widely used to measure fluorescence from chlorophyll as a method of measuring primary productivity. The figure...

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April 2024 Newsletter

Welcome to the Sea-Bird Swell – our monthly newsletter that gives you the latest on what’s happening at Sea-Bird Scientific and the broader oceanographic community.   Using the HydroCAT-EP V2 to Study Coastal Water Quality Following the Lahaina Wildfire We were...

2024 MTS Buoy Workshop

We are excited to exhibit at the upcoming MTS Buoy Workshop this year from May 20 - 23. Please come visit us in our backyard at table #1 to chat with our team to learn more about the latest at Sea-Bird Scientific and oceanography. We'll have associates from...

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