CTD Oxygen Sensor Calibration Procedures
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Oxygen sensors currently afford one of the few oppor tunities to acquire accurate measurements of a biogeochemical parameter at the same vertical re solution as CTD data. Electrochemical cells have been used to measure dissolved oxygen concentration in a water solution, initially blood (Clark et al., 1953) but soon thereafter aquatic environments (Kanwisher, 1959) for many decades. More recently, optical sensors have been applied to aquatic uses (Klimant et al., 1995). Here we present outlines of procedures on acquisition, processing, and calibration of oxygen data collected from both electrochemical and optical oxygen sensors. We focus only on one model of electrochemical cell, specifically the SeaBird Electronics SBE-43. He re also we provide detailed material on recent experience with acquisition, processing, and calib ration of data from optical oxygen sensors, specifically the Aanderaa Dat.....
Title of ReportThe GO-SHIP Repeat Hydrography Manual: A Collection of Expert Reports and Guidelines. Version 1.
Editor(s) of ReportHood, E.M.
ICPO Publication Series;134
CitationUchida, H. Johnson, G.,C. and McTaggart, G,. C. (2010) CTD Oxygen Sensor Calibration Procedures. In, The GO-SHIP Repeat Hydrography Manual: A Collection of Expert Reports and Guidelines. Version 1, (eds Hood, E.M., C.L. Sabine, and B.M. Sloyan), 17pp. (IOCCP Report Number 14; ICPO Publication Series Number 134). DOI: https://doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1344
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