Survey: Ocean acidification sensors and instruments – applications and challenges

The US Ocean Carbon & Biogeochemistry (OCB) Project seek information about current applications and challenges of sensors and instruments used to measure total CO2, alkalinity, pH, and pCO2. If you measure DIC/TCO2, TA, pH, or pCO2/fCO2 in aquatic samples, please consider this 10-12 minute anonymous survey.  The survey will be closed on September 13.

The information will be used at the 2013 U.S. Ocean Acidification Principal Investigators’ Workshop this September to initiate a discussion on what challenges and opportunities face this field. Outcomes of the overall discussion are expected to contribute to a synthesis paper in a special journal issue arising from the overall meeting. Survey results will also be made available on the workshop website at the end of September.

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