May 2018 PME Newsletter


Warmer weather, light, and nutrients, all contribute to the increased amount of algae growth in waterways. This and more from Precision Measurement Engineering.


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COMPANY UPDATE

miniWIPER Keeps Researchers Out of the Muck


miniWIPER clears algae


Warmer weather, light, and nutrients, all contribute to the increased amount of algae growth in waterways. The PME miniWIPER provides a way to accurately monitor waterways without interference of organism or algae growth.

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Great Barrier Reef
Great Barrier Reef Gets Much Needed Funding
Exciting news for Australian scientists as a new federal budget providing AU$536 million to protect the Great Barrier Reef passes.
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Mariana Trench Trash
Mariana Trench has Become a Garbage Dump

A plastic bag was found 36,000 feet below the surface in the Pacific’s deepest trench, only solidifying the concern over plastic pollution.

*photo credit: JAMSTEC

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COMPANY UPDATE

Prevent Algal Growth


miniWIPER for miniDOT


Prepare for spring algal growth with the miniWIPER. PME offers an anti-fouling wiper to reduce fouling on your sensor, therefore providing accurate data over a longer period of time.

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Listen to the ocean


Just for Fun

What does it sound like at the bottom of the ocean? This livestream, installed by Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, lets you take a listen for yourself!

*photo credit: Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

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