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Day 3. Platforms Biological sensors Chemical sensors. Bio (optical) instruments. Fluorometers Transmissometers Backscatter sensors Absorption meters Radiance sensors Irradiance sensors Fast repetition rate fluorometer (bacteria) Molecular probes.

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day 3
Day 3
  • Platforms
  • Biological sensors
  • Chemical sensors
bio optical instruments
Bio (optical) instruments
  • Fluorometers
  • Transmissometers
  • Backscatter sensors
  • Absorption meters
  • Radiance sensors
  • Irradiance sensors
  • Fast repetition rate fluorometer (bacteria)
  • Molecular probes
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Figure 2. (Above) the UCSB BLOOMS-II mooring package included sensors for determination of optical backscattering, chlorophyll fluorescence, downwelling irradiance (4 wavelengths) , and upwelling radiance (4 wavelengths). (Upper right) The WET Labs backscattering and fluorescence sensorsincorporated newly designed anti -fouling shutters developed for this project (Lower left). UCSB engineers developed an external shutter module for incorporation with the Satlantic downwelling and upwelling optical sensors.

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Partially opened shutter after deployment.

Figure 3. Fouling remains one of the foremost challenges in deploying instruments over longer time periods. The above photographs show the UCSB/WET Labs’ optical packages after a 4-month deployment.Note that while the instrument packages are heavily fouled, optical surfaces remained in tact.