Hear from Dr. Kim Martini, Senior Oceanographer, Erin Keen, Field Sales Support, and Laura Collins, Metrologist, on their diverse career paths spanning roles across academia, government agencies and industry and learn about their experience working at Sea-Bird...
The new HydroCAT-EP V2 provides some useful upgrades and tools. learn how to use and process data from our latest multiparameter instrument.
Multiparameter instruments can help us better understand natural events. Learn more from our presentation to the Scripps Technical Forum.
Grab some pH buffer solutions and follow Cody Littleton, our primary HydroCAT-EP Service Technician, as he walks you through how to calibrate this pH sensor.
Watch our latest Sea-Bird University session, to learn how to use, maintain, and process data from our latest multiparameter instrument, the HydroCAT-EP.
We’ve built new safety features around the HydroCAT-EP V2’s pH sensor. Watch Greg teach you how to properly flush and store your pH sensors to get the most out of your gear.
The HydroCAT-EP V2 is the next generation of multiparameter instruments. It measures CTD data alongside dissolved oxygen, pH, fluorescence, and turbidity, all within a single self-contained package. Learn about the new changes to this product.
Our dissolved oxygen sensors, the SBE 43 and SBE 63, are calibrated with tools and methods we learned from calibrating our world-class temperature and conductivity sensors. Get a look behind the scenes in our calibration lab.
The SUNA V2 is an ultraviolet spectrometer designed to measure nitrate in-situ. At Sea-Bird, we use a temperature-controlled bath and various solutions to characterize and calibrate the sensor’s output. Learn how we prepare SUNA V2s for seawater and freshwater deployments.
ISFET pH sensors, like the SeaFET V2 and SeapHOx V2, receive a factory calibration, and don’t require regular field maintenance. Learn how we’ve adapted our calibration facility to account for conditions these instruments meet in the wild.
Please join us alongside BioSonics, Marine Technology Society, and Sequoia Scientific as we host a Seattle Ocean Science & Technology Conference Happy Hour! Date: Wednesday, November 29, 2023 from 5:30 - 8:30pm Location: National Nordic Museum | 2655 NW Market...
We were excited to be featured in ECO magazine’s latest digital edition of their Deep-Sea Exploration series. In the spring of 2018, Triton Submarines reached out to the team at Sea-Bird Scientific, to express interest in using our SBE 49 FastCAT CTD (conductivity,...
Sea-Bird Scientific is excited to be attending ADMT-24 in Hobart, Tasmania from October 23 - 27. The Argo Data Management Team Meeting is a time for the data managers who contribute to international Argo to come together and discuss technical matters pertaining to the...