Field Systems Webinar
February 17th at 4.30 pm (CET)/9.30 am (CST)
Duration: 30 minutes plus questions
From microbial mats in Yellowstone to 6000 m water depth
In this webinar, we will show you how you can combine laboratory measurements under controlled conditions with in situ measurements under natural conditions.
What you can expect
Application Scientist, Tage Dalsgaard, Ph.D., will guide you through all our field systems from the Field Microprofiling System, a combined lab and field system, to the lander systems for automated measurements in both shallow and deep waters.
After a brief introduction to microsensors and the SensorTrace software, we will show you how to combine lab and field measurements with the Field Microprofiling System.
We will also present the in situ systems, the MiniProfiler for in situ microprofiling, the MiniChamber Lander for flux chamber incubations on the seafloor, and the Eddy Covariation System that measures fluxes between the water column and an entire benthic community.
Furthermore, we will show you the Field Datalogger Mini for logging data from any Unisense sensor at depths down to 6000 m.
Finally, we will discuss the deployment of these instruments with rope from a ship or mounted on a free falling autonomous deep-sea lander.
Who should participate?
We hope to inspire anyone with an interest in performing in situ measurements.
The webinar will be 30 minutes plus questions.
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