A User’s guide for selected autonomous biogeochemical sensors. An outcome from the 1st IOCCP International Sensors Summer Course, June 22 – July 1, 2015, Kristineberg, Sweden.
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Over the last decade, ocean observing technology has risen to the challenge of scientist by providing them with cost - effective tools that can take measurements of essential biogeochemical variables autonomously. Yet, despite these options becoming more readily available, there is still a gap between the technology and the end - user (investigators and technicians that deploy these technologies) due to a collective lack of training, in - depth knowledge, and community coordination. There is also a disconnect between data gathering by autonomous sensors and data quality, which is a major obstacle, as these sensors are already being deployed on autonomous platforms and in conjunction with ship - based sampling to broaden data coverage in space and time......
CitationLorenzoni, L.; Telszewski, M.; Benway, H. and Palacz, A. (eds) (2017) A User’s guide for selected autonomous biogeochemical sensors. An outcome from the 1st IOCCP International Sensors Summer Course, June 22 – July 1, 2015, Kristineberg, Sweden. Sopot, Poland, IOCCP, 83pp. (IOCCP Report No. 2/2017). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-519