Xylem Analytics (YSI Hydrodata), based in Letchworth Hertfordshire, market a comprehensive range of instruments for monitoring water quality either on-line, in the field or in the laboratory, and the company's parent (YSI) is the world's leading manufacturer of instruments for monitoring the quality of natural water in rivers, streams, lakes, reservoirs, underground and coastal applications.
Contact Mr Darren Hanson
Unit 2 Focal Point
Brandon Smith and Tim Finegan will discuss a new sensor for concurrent measurement of chlorophyll & cyanobacteria in an online web seminar on March 29, 2013.
Entitled: "Get More Accurate Estimates of Total Algae Biomass: A New Tool for the Concurrent Measurement of Chlorophyll & Cyanobacteria", the seminar will discuss the sensor technology, practical-use applications, and calibration of the EXO Total Algae Sensor from YSI (a Xylem brand).
Other topics discussed during the presentation will include:
·Why is measuring Chlorophyll and Blue-green Algae (cyanobacteria) together useful? ·Total algae sensor technology ·Applications for total algae measurement, including: - Eutrophication of surface water - Coastal algae blooms - Drinking water reservoirs ·Interferences with TAL sensor ·Calibration and correlation to lab samples ·A question and answer session with the audience
Who Should Attend: Lake managers, reservoir managers, water resource managers, drinking water plant operators, source water/raw water managers, researchers, consultants and regulators
Title: Get More Accurate Estimates of Total Algae Biomass: A New Tool for the Concurrent Measurement of Chlorophyll & Cyanobacteria Date: Friday, March 29, 2013 Time: 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM ET (USA) (UK: 5pm GMT)
For those not able to attend the live web seminar (on Good Friday!), the event will be recorded and posted online for playback at www.EXOwater.com after 29th March.