Beyond chlorophyll fluorescence

2018-04-25 14:58:35    /    by Catherine Reynolds

Beyond chlorophyll fluorescence: The time is right to expand biological measurements in ocean observing programs.

Frank Muller Karger is an associate member of the new Scientific Committee for Ocean Research (SCOR) working group 154 — “Integration of Plankton-Observing Sensor Systems to Existing Global Sampling Programs (P-OBS).”  The group met in Portland in 2018 and has submitted an article to Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin, describing the need for biological observations on sustained global ocean observation networks which is in press.

Click here to read about SCOR workgroup 154

Publication:  Boss Emmanuel, A. Waite, F. Muller-Karger, H. Yamazaki, R. Wanninkhof, H. Sosik, B.Sloyan, A. Richardson, P. Miloslavich, J. Karstensen, G. Grégori, K. Fennel, H. Claustre, M. Cornejo, I. Berman-Frank, S. Batten, S. Acinas. Beyond chlorophyll fluorescence: The time is right to expand biological measurements in ocean observing programs. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin. (In press).

 

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