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Articles & Whitepapers

  • Animals could help humans monitor oceans

    Animals could help humans monitor oceans

    Sharks, penguins, turtles and other seagoing species could help humans monitor the oceans by transmitting oceanographic information from electronic tags. Thousands of marine animals are tagged for a variety of research and conservation purposes, but at present the information gathered isn't widely used to track climate change ...

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  • A battery-free sensor for underwater exploration

    A battery-free sensor for underwater exploration

    To investigate the vastly unexplored oceans covering most our planet, researchers aim to build a submerged network of interconnected sensors that send data to the surface -- an underwater "internet of things." But how to supply constant power to ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Multiparameter Probe
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    Multiparameter Probe

    The OCEAN SEVEN 320Plus WOCE-CTD multiparameter probe is the result of Idronaut`s 25 years experience in the design and manufacturing of high quality fast response CTDs. The OCEAN SEVEN 320Plus CTD well meets the WOCE programme accuracy, precision and resolution specifications. The CTD can be easily equipped with an additional redundant conductivity and temperature (CT) sensor pair without the ...