Date: Thursday, 12 June 2014 12:00PM
Location: Munk Conference Room IGPP
Improve your oxygen optode measurements - user examples,
practical handling and calibrations
Emilie Dorgeville, Product Manager
Aanderaa Data Instruments AS
The introduction of oxygen optodes more than 10 years ago created new possibilities in understanding oxygen dynamics in oceans and lakes. The intention of this presentation is to share some of the acquired experiences using these sensors. The technology and how it has evolved will be briefly described. A wide range of scientifically oriented applications will be presented. Methods on how to enhance the oxygen data quality will be suggested including practical handling, simple field adjustments and advanced multipoint calibrations. An introduction to pCO2 measurements using prototype optodes will also be done.
Emilie graduated in 2001 as a Marine Engineer and has a Master Degree in Physical and Coastal Oceanography. She worked for the French Navy in the operational oceanography department and has been working at Aanderaa for more than 6 years as a Product Manager responsible for the Doppler products.
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