Nutrient Analysis in Arctic Waters Using a Portable Sensing Platform.
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A portable sensing platform for the detection of nutrients (PO4 3−, NO2 −, NO3 −) in natural waters has been realized through the use of rapid prototyping techniques, colorimetric chemistries, electronics, and LED-based optical detection. The sensing platform is modular in design incorporating interchangeable optical detection units, with a component cost per unit of ca. €300, and small form factor (20 cm × 6 cm x 3.5 cm). Laboratory testing and validation of the platform was performed prior to deployment at the CNR Dirigibile Italia Arctic Research Station, Ny-Aselund (79°N, 12°E). Results obtained showed excellent linear response, with a limit of detection of 0.05 μM (NO2 −, NO3 −), and 0.03 μM (PO4 3−). On the June 22, 2016 a field campaign took place within Kongsfjorden, Ny-Aselund (78.5–79°N, 11.6–12.6°E), during which 55 water samples were acquired using 10 L Niskin bottles on board the MS Teisten research vessel. 23 hydrological casts were also performed using a.....
JournalFrontiers in Sensors
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)Nutrients
Spatial CoverageArctic Region
CitationMcCaul, M., Magni, P., Jordan, S.F., McNamara, E., Satta, A., Diamond, D. and Ribotti, A. (2021) Nutrient Analysis in Arctic Waters Using a Portable Sensing Platform. Frontiers in Sensing, 2:711592, 10pp. DOI: 10.3389/fsens.2021.711592
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