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Introducing the miniPAR logger
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PME’s new miniPAR logger, modeled after the durable and portable miniDOT, logs photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), temperature, and orientation, ensuring the integrity of data at every measurement interval.
Researchers from the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies used miniDOT loggers to track stream metabolism around Baltimore, Maryland, in this new case study, and were surprised to see the devices that rode out the 2012 storm surge emerge unscathed.
Gustavo Rival, an aquaculture engineer with Casco Antiguo Chile, visited PME’s Vista offices in June. Casco Antiguo supplies diving and oceanography equipment in Spain, Portugal, and Central and South America. Pictured are: