Evaluation of a lifetime‐based optode to measure oxygen in aquatic systems.
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Andersson, Henrik Johan
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In this article, we evaluate the performance of a commercially available lifetime‐based optode and compare it with data obtained by other methods. We performed a set of 10 different tests, including targeted laboratory evaluations and field studies, covering a wide range of situations from shallow coastal waters and wastewater treatment plants to abyssal depths. Our principal conclusion is that, owing to high accuracy (± 2 µM), long‐term stability (more than 20 months), lack of pressure hysteresis, and limited cross‐sensitivity, this method is overall more suitable for oxygen monitoring than other methods......
JournalLimnolology and. Oceanography: Methods
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)Oxygen
Maturity LevelTRL 9 Actual system "mission proven" through successful mission operations (ground or space)
Best Practice TypeStandard Operating Procedure
CitationTengberg, A.; Hovdenes, J.; Andersson, H.J.; Brocandel, O.; Diaz, R.; Hebert, D.; Arnerich, T.; Huber, C .; Körtzinger, A.; Khripounoff, A.; Rey, F.; Rönning, C.; Schimanski, J.; Sommer, S. and Stangelmayer, A. ( 2006) Evaluation of a lifetime‐based optode to measure oxygen in aquatic systems. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 4, pp.7-17. DOI:10.4319/lom.2006.4.7