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My SUNA nitrate sensor is not transmitting or storing valid nitrate concentration data in high sediment, high turbidity, low light transmission environments, or freshwater inrush events. What can I do to mitigate this?

SUNAs ordered with the 5mm path length coupler as a factory option will perform much better in low light transmission waters due to the shorter length the light needs to travel leading to less absorption. Equipping your SUNA with the factory bio-wiper option will also...

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What is “adaptive sampling” and how does it work?

The SUNA V2 contains a 256 channel spectrometer that is programmed to integrate for a specific length of time (usually 300 - 500 ms) while sampling to maximize signal. That is, when the SUNA V2 takes a sample, the spectrograph collects UV light for the length of the...

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Announcing the NEW SBS 83 In-Air Oxygen Sensor

We are so excited to announce the launch of our SBS 83 Optical Oxygen Sensor, which is set to become the standard for Navis floats as part of the GO-BGC program, which is meant to build a network of chemical and biological sensors to monitor global ocean health. This...

The Oceanography Society Early Career Awards Ceremony 2022

Watch the Awards Ceremony The Virtual Awards Ceremony took place on Thursday, October 27th.  _______________________________________________________________ We are excited to announce Sea-Bird Scientific is hosting a virtual Awards Ceremony in collaboration with one...

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