open ocean instrumentation Articles

  • Ocean carbon: A dent in the iron hypothesis

    Oceanographers Jim Bishop and Todd Wood of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have measured the fate of carbon particles originating in plankton blooms in the Southern Ocean, using data that deep-diving Carbon Explorer floats collected around the clock for well over a year. Their study reveals that most of the carbon from lush plankton blooms never reaches the ...

  • Ocean science for sustainable development: Facts and figures

    Sarah Grimes explores why we need good ocean monitoring, how to get it, and why it still fails Small Island Developing States. Oceans are a critically important component of the Earth system, supporting ecosystem and human health. They regulate the weather and climate; are essential for producing freshwater; and soak up ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • New oil spill response application note from China

    The Problem: Oil may spill out in the process of oil exploration & development, refining, storage and transportation and enter into open water environment like oceanic environment due to incident or incorrect operation. Oil spill damages include to human heath, safety, ecological environment, aquaculture. In China, the State Oceanic Administration requires the oil content in the discharge to ...

  • A Review of Migratory Bird Flyways and Priorities for Management

    This document, commissioned by the Convention on Migratory Species (CMS), and developed with the CMS Flyways Working Group, outlines the scientific and technical issues for conservation of migratory birds and their habitats, and relevant international instruments, initiatives and processes. It is in three parts namely: Part 1 (previously Review 1) – a review of CMS and non- CMS existing ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Scientists scramble to understand the invisible creatures around us before it’s too late

    Researchers are uncovering the importance of the trillion-plus kinds of microbes on the planet — even as they worry the richness could be disappearing. In southwestern Africa, a dozen scientists dig in the dirt. In a week, they’ve transected 100 miles of shifting sand dunes and flat gravel plains across the Namib Desert, one of the driest places on Earth. They’ve ...


    By Ensia

  • From 370km above the earth to 11000m under the sea

    It’s a bold strapline – but what does it mean? Have we opened an atmosphere research facility in outer space? Organised an aquatic Charity Day in the Mariana Trench? Well, if you didn’t know anything about Analox you’d be forgiven for wondering. After all, three-hundred and seventy kilometres above the earth is a long way from Stokesley. And eleven thousand metres under ...


    By Analox Sensor Technology

  • Algiz XRW Assists scientists on the Frozen arctic sea - Case Study

    With help from the Algiz XRW portable rugged notebook computer from Handheld Group, two scientists hosted the Arctic Science Field Logistics project from autumn to spring 2013-14, providing researchers from around the world a unique opportunity to collect scientific data in a remote Arctic location. This rugged notebook assisted with recording and storing scientific data, keeping open lines of ...


    By Handheld UK and Ireland Ltd

  • Onsite Meteorological Data - Everything You Need To Know

    Most AERMOD dispersion modeling is conducted using meteorological data from a nearby airport.  As long as the airport is reasonably representative of your source location, there is nothing wrong with that: airports are often a source of high quality data and located near major population centers and thus, major air pollution sources.   ...

  • Port of London Authority Tidal Monitoring System - POLATIDE 5: Detailed - Case Study

    Introduction: Valeport and OceanWise have designed and delivered a complete tidal monitoring system, including tide gauges, telemetry equipment, servers, databases, system control, data management and display software, to the Port of London Authority. The system was installed in October 2013 and rigorous testing completed in February 2014.  Background: ...


    By Valeport Ltd

  • Case Study: Glastonbury Festival - Noise Monitoring At Glastonbury Festival

    In 1970, an entrance fee of just 1.00 would have permitted you, and about another 1500 'free spirits' to enjoy a weekend of listening to the likes of Quintessence, Marc Bolan and T-Rex, while at the same time savouring the undoubted 'delights' of free raw milk!! Almost three decades later, and at slightly greater expense, you and over 100,000 other people can now enjoy the delights and unique ...

  • Cape Cod Times article on McLane’s Global Footprint

    The Cape Cod Times has published an article on McLane’s exports of its profilers, samplers, and flotation around the world.  Recently, the ...

  • Regionally Based Assessment of Persistent Toxic Substances

    Untitled Document EXECUTIVE SUMMARY In 1997 the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Governing Council decided that immediate international action ...


  • Advanced Water Quality Techniques Course

    Abstract:The development of a strategic water quality monitoring program is based on prioritizing risks to public safety and economic reality. The development of global standardized methods and protocols for automated water quality monitoring would facilitate international communication of water quality information and comparison of standardized methods and protocols. The three primary methods ...


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