Ref. No. [UMCES] CBL 2016-011
For Precision Measurement Engineering miniDOT Dissolved
Dissolved Oxygen sensors
In situ estimates of DO for coastal moored deployments
Response linearity, accuracy, precision and reliability
Laboratory and Field Performance Verification
Testing conducted from January 2015 to January 2016
T. Johengen, G.J. Smith, D. Schar, H. Purcell, D. Loewensteiner, Z.
Epperson, and M. Tamburri, G. Meadows, S. Green, F. Yousef, J.
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