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