Chelsea Technologies Group Ltd
Sensors & systems for freshwater and oceanographic monitoring Chelsea Technologies Group manufactures a range of innovative multi-parameter sensors & systems for monitoring the physical, optical & biological oceanographic & fresh water environments. Sensors are available for in-situ chlorophyll & algae class studies, dye tracing, oil spill monitoring, airport apron pollution runoff studies, water abstraction management and effluent detection as well as primary productivity studies, bloom detection, toxicant detection within domestic water supplies and early detection of contamination events in potable and pre-treated water protection. With nearly 50 years' experience in sensors and systems design, Chelsea's products are used in a diverse range of applications in the marine, environmental, defence, homeland security, industrial process control and life science markets. Contact Justin Dunning (firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: +44(0)20 8481 9000) today and let me him help you with your particular application.
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Latest FastOcean Sensor used at photosynthesis algorithm evaluation workshop
Dr Kevin Oxborough participated in a workshop at the NIOZ labs in Yerseke, The Netherlands.
The aim of the workshop was to validate a recently published algorithm (Oxborough et al. 2012, Limnology and Oceanography: Methods) that permits accurate estimates of the concentration of PSII reaction centres from active fluorometers. Validation of this algorithm is a key step towards providing accurate and autonomous measures of photosynthetic electron transport. Scientists used the full range of Chelsea active fluorometers from the early FastTracka MkI and MkII instruments through to the very latest FastOcean sensor and FastAct Laboratory Unit.
The aim of the PROTOOL project (funded under the EU Framework 7 programme) is to develop and adapt technology to measure primary production of phytoplankton with automated optical techniques, so that they can be placed on ships of opportunity (SOOP, ferries, container ships).
The photos taken during the Workshop can be seen on - http://www.flickr.com/photos/protool-project/sets/72157630190944726/.
More information on the PROTOOL project can be found on http://www.protool-project.eu/project/the-project.
For more information on Chelsea's range of FastOcean systems or contact Ellen Keegan.
The FastOcean Users' Group is a forum for users of all Chelsea Fast Rate fluorometers to share information and experiences on the use of the technology. It is also a place where people with an interest in primary productivity monitoring can join in the discussion.
For further information please email Chelsea Technologies Group Ltd