Use of, Satisfaction with, and Requirements for in situ pH Sensors.
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Alliance for Coastal Technologies
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The fundamental goal of this survey was to assess user needs and applications and to provide the focus for an Alliance for Coastal Technologies (ACT, www.act-us.info) Technology Veriﬁcation of in situ pH sensors. The Customer Needs and Use Assessment strives to better understand how pH sensors are used. We hope this information can also assist manufacturers in reﬁning pH sensor technologies to better address user priorities.From 6 October 2011 to 9 February 2012, ACT conducted a web-based survey to aid in a Customer Needs and Use Assessment of pH sensors. ACT Headquarters and Partner personnel developed the questionnaire. SurveyMonkey.com provided the web-based survey tool. The survey contained a total of twenty-seven questions (listed below along with their responses), divided into three sections: Application, Speciﬁcations, and Recommendations.Survey participants included both colleagues and vendors. Colleagues were asked to consider the primary in situ pH sensor(s) they us.....
PublisherAlliance for Coastal Technologies (ACT)
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)Inorganic carbon
Best Practice TypeBest Practice
Standard Operating Procedure
CitationAlliance for Coastal Technologies (2012) Use of, Satisfaction with, and Requirements for In situ pH Sensors. Solomon, MD, Alliance for Coastal Technologies (ACT), 20pp. (ACT12-01). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-308
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