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Then and Now: The Evolution of Oceanographic Sampling Equipment

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April 2020 Newsletter

We’ve come a long way since the days of the reversing thermometer. Today we rely on robust technologies that generate banks of high-quality data several times better than their forebears. However, before the first CTD was developed, Oceanographers around the world employed some clever methods to study the ocean. Learn about how scientists collected data before the age of the microcontroller, and how it compares to solutions from Sea-Bird and beyond.

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April 1, 2020

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