By Joana Bernardo on Tue 03 March 2020 in Home
These tips will not only save you time and money, but will also ensure you get the highest quality data.
To better understand an environment, make better-informed decisions towards water quality management and get the full scope of what is happening at sea, in a river, a lake, or a stream, it is critical to obtain high-resolution data.
And if you are using sondes to collect water quality data autonomously, then you will eventually come across issues with sensor fouling.
Learn how to protect your water quality monitoring sondes from Biofouling, extend deployment periods and increase the quality of your data with these 7 easy tips.
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