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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...

March 21, 2013

Parameters: Chlorophyll, Turbidity, Crude OIl

On November 17th, 2011, Liquid Robotics launched four Wave Gliders from San Francisco. Two were designated for travel to Australia and two were directed to Japan. Fourteen months later in January, 2013, the first Wave Glider, Papa Mau, arrived in Australia and in February the second, Benjamin, arrived. Configured with Turner Designs C3 Submersible Fluorometers, the wave gliders collected and transmitted chlorophyll, turbidity, & crude oil data through...

October 8, 2008

Parameters:  Oil

Author:  Hal Spence | Peninsula Clarion

Article featuring Turner Designs Crude Oil Fluorometer user, Brian Pascal.  


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