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Articles & Whitepapers
Studying the Effects of Climate Change on Marine Life
The Acidification Nearshore Monitoring Network (ANeMoNe) has been studying the effects of oceanic warming and acidification on marine life across various sites in Washington State. Warmer waters hold less oxygen than cooler waters which can lead to mass deaths of crabs, fish, and other aquatic animals. Acidification occurs when freshwater enters the saltwater, and since climate change is ...
Isolation and characterization of algicidal bacteria and its effect on a musty odor-producing cyanobacterium Dolichospermum crassum in a reservoir
Algicidal bacteria that attack Dolichospermum crassum were isolated from the Karasuhara Reservoir in October 2010. Phytoplankton monitoring was performed from April 2010 to March 2011, and D. ...
How Phytoplankton and Harmful Algal Blooms Affect Fish Health
Phytoplankton are microorganisms that influence the entire aquatic food chain. Due to photosynthesis, they are also a huge consumer of carbon dioxide (CO2), and are the main oxygen producers in most aquatic environments. The right balance of ...
The Institute of Oceanology, China has just taken delivery of a Chelsea SeaSoar towed oceanographic vehicle system
Chelsea Technologies Group holding workshop on innovative fluorescence technique at Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring Conference (7-8 Nov)
Chelsea’s expert on active fluorescence techniques presents at Challenger Conference for Marine Science - University of East Anglia (3-5 Sept 12)
NASA Discovers Unprecedented Blooms Of Ocean Plant Life
Equipment & Solutions
Bongo Nets with 61 cm Opening
PLANKTON NET FABRIC, SIZE and MESH: Net material - Nytex netting, stabilized Dacron collar, seam tape and thread. Double- or triple-stitched for long service under severe seagoing conditions. No baconing effect in sewn seam. Mouth diameter: 61 cm (24 inch).