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December 3, 2019

Parameters: Chlorophyll

 
Congratulations to Kenneth Hayes who was awarded a Travel Stipend for his presentation at the 2019 CERF Conference featuring our Trilogy Laboratory Fluorometer.


Abstract:  Blooms of the “brown tide” organism, Aureoumbra lagunensis, have occurred regularly since 1990 in Texas’ Laguna Madre and Baffin Bay, yet the source population for the blooms is unknown. Field sampling from 2013-2016 showed persistently high abundances in one tributary (Laguna Salada) of Baff...

August 15, 2019

Parameters: Chlorophyll, Algal Classification

Congratulations to Carolina Gutierrez who was awarded a Travel Stipend for his presentation at the ESA 2019 featuring our AquaFluor Handheld Fluorometer and PhytoFind in situ Algal Classification Instrument. 

Abstract

Growing levels of human-induced changes on mountainous streams around the globe demand for an understanding of how species diversity and ecosystem function are affected by increasing water temperature and loss of riparian coverage along en...

July 15, 2019

Parameters: Pyranine

Congratulations to Rajeev Sinha who was awarded a Travel Stipend for his presentation at the 2019 ASABE AIM Conference featuring our 10AU and Trilogy Fluorometers.

Abstract

Off-target drift from airblast sprayers in vineyards and high-density tree-fruit orchards is a key concern among the growers and other stakeholders. A solid set canopy delivery system (SSCDS) is a novel spray application system that can potentially minimize spray drift and associated issues. This study evalu...

May 29, 2019

Parameters: CDOM, Turbidity

Congratulations to Stephen Plont who was awarded a Travel Stipend for his presentation at the 2019 Society for Freshwater Science featuring our Cyclops  and AquaFluor Fluorometers.

Abstract

Stream confluences are ubiquitous features in freshwater networks and are known for distinct hydrogeomorphic characteristics relative to upstream tributaries and downstream reaches. However, the role of confluences as control points, locations that disproportionately influence ecosyst...

April 18, 2019

C-FLUOR Submersible Probes are sensitive, extremely low power single wavelength in situ fluorescence and turbidity sensors available in several optical configurations.  Requiring a maximum of 12mA current at 12VDC input, C-FLUOR probes can be integrated and deployed for much longer intervals than previously possible with submersible probes.  And, with a very fast response time of less than 0.6 seconds, they require even less power, outputting data soon after power is applied.  Factory-calibrated...

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