Articles & Whitepapers
Water quality monitoring in a watershed requires easy to use field meters that are accurate and reliable.
For watershed monitoring, samples are needed from multiple locations that are typically far from each other. As traveling to remote locations is itself very time consuming, the time spent on doing the water analysis, from sample collection to getting the results, becomes even more critical. In West Virginia, some of the types of water bodies in the watershed, like blackwater rivers, possess ...
Amongst political unrest, COVID-19, and the continued threat of climate change, 2023 is shaping up to be yet another unprecedented year. As we look to the horizon, one thing is guaranteed, ...
Leonard J. Lane Receives 2019 Hugh Hammond Bennett Award from the Soil and Water Conservation Society
The Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS) would like to congratulate Dr. Leonard J. Lane, a scientist and engineer who has advanced conservation science, for receiving the 2019 Hugh Hammond Bennett Award. The Hugh Hammond Bennett Award is the ...
Equipment & Solutions
The Seapoint Chlorophyll Fluorometer (SCF) is a high-performance, low power instrument for in situ measurements of chlorophyll. Its small size, very low power consumption, high sensitivity, wide dynamic range, 6000 meter depth capability, and open or pump-through sample volume options provide the power and flexibility to measure chlorophyll in a wide variety of conditions. The SCF uses modulated ...