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July 27, 2017

Environmental conditions are changing leading to significant shifts in algal populations. An example of this is the noticeable worldwide increase in Harmful Algal Blooms, primarily cyanobacteria. Identifying algal groups within a total phytoplankton population is critical as some groups can be toxic, affecting public health and economies. Turner Designs is excited to introduce products facilitating increased understanding of the composition of algae populations.

PhytoFind provides in situ algal c...

April 26, 2017

Parameters: DOM

Congratulations to Joseph Wasswa who was awarded a travel stipend for his presentation "Assessing the potential of fluorescence spectroscopy to track the presence of contaminants in water reuse systems" at the 253rd ACS National Meeting & Exposition featuring our C3 Submersible Fluorometer.

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Author: Joseph Wasswa, Natalie Mladenov
Institution: San Diego State University

April 18, 2017

Turbidity measurements are often made in shallow waters and keeping the instrument optical face clear is particularly important.  Turner Designs is excited to introduce a new turbidity sensor addressing this issue with a simple solution.  Turbidity Plus is an accurate single-channel turbidity sensor including an integrated wiper which is triggered by the user.  It is designed for integration with multiparameter systems and dataloggers from which it receives power and the wiper trigger. Turbidity...

March 24, 2016

Turner Designs’ new C6P Submersible Sensor package enables up to six sensors in a corrosion resistant, highly durable, Delrin plastic housing able to withstand the harshest of environments and rated to a depth of 600 meters.  Modeled after the popular C3, the C6P can be configured with up to 6 optical sensors ranging from deep UV to IR.  An anti-fouling copper plate and mechanical wiper are available as options to minimize bio-fouling on and around the sensors.  Each C6P comes with a factor...

August 29, 2014

Parameters: Oil

In the Gulf of Mexico’s Mississippi Canyon, you’ll find undersea salt domes and mud volcanoes, known sources of natural oil seeps that rise to the surface of the ocean, producing oil slicks. These natural seeps can indicate the presence of energy reserves, both liquid and gas, and are of keen interest to the world’s oil and gas companies. Hydrocarbons that rise to the surface form very thin oil patches and surface slicks that are short lived. Traditionally, satellites along with s...

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