Testing and Refinement of Long Pathlength Liquid Core Waveguide Sensors for Autonomous In-Situ Analysis of the Upper Ocean
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA SAINT PETERSBURG COLL OF MARINE SCIENCE
Pagination or Media Count:
This research project is directed toward the development of in-situ optoelectronic instrumentation for measurement of key variables that influence oceanic biogeochemistry. The devices under development have extraordinary sensitivity and versatility, and will be used for rapid adaptive sampling of chemical gradients, and long-term ocean observations within large-scale monitoring networks.
- Physical and Dynamic Oceanography