August 2016 PME Newsletter

PME Logo


View All Products

PME August Newsletter
PME Newsletter
Visit the PME blog for full articles and information about environmental issues, aquatic conservation, and the latest in water measurement.

Read More

Client Spotlight: National Park Service & The California Red-Legged Frog
The Park Service uses the miniDOT loggers to monitor oxygen to help maintain a number of delicate native ecosystems, including that of the near extinct California Red-Legged Frog. Learn how utilizing PME loggers can be instrumental in monitoring the environment.

Read more

National Park Service Logo

Featured News

Port of San Diego
Port of San Diego Partnership
To facilitate a potential partnership and water enhancements, PME will loan The Port a miniDOT oxygen/temperature logger so they can review our cutting edge technology and software, and we will provide various product solutions to the Port for review.
Read More

Ayyeka Partnership
We are excited to announce a partnership with Ayyeka, an innovative company that offers end-to-end remote monitoring systems for applications such as wastewater, ground water, environmental, and water reservoir and tank monitoring. The partnership will provide various environmental and water municipality organizations with real-time temperature data direct to their computer.
Read More

PME Updates


SCAMP Retiring
PME is committed to providing innovative and exceptional instrumentation. We direct our focus towards developing products that are forward thinking in technology and user functionality. With that in mind, after 30 years with SCAMP, PME will no longer offer the Self-Contained Autonomous Micro-Profiler.

Read More

Upcoming Event: Oceans 2016
PME will be attending the

, 2016 show in September. It will be held in Monterey, CA. Our booth number is #35. And we are sharing the booth with Turner Designs.

Read More

Oceans 2016 Event

Industry News

Cyclops Logger

Interesting Articles
Environmental Monitor: 
PME Cyclops-7 Logger: Data From Any Cyclops-7 Sensor
Gulf of Mexico ‘dead zone’ predicted to measure nearly 7,000 square miles this summer
Dead zones devour oceans’ oxygen

World Wildlife Federation: 
Clear water isn’t what ecologists want. Here’s why.



©2016, All Rights Reserved. You have received this email because you are a customer or have subscribed to the PME blog.