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PME products are deployed on all continents and 75% of the seas and oceans worldwide. Read more about how our products perform in the most complex water environments and how we continue to innovate for new applications.
Explore top headlines in water monitoring research for July 2019.
Explore top headlines in water monitoring research for June 2019.
New Submersible Water Logger Measures Dissolved Oxygen With Real-Time Viewer Precision Measurement Engineering (PME), a premiere designer and manufacturer of water monitoring systems and instruments,... Continue Reading
Late snowfall can have a dramatic impact on dissolved oxygen levels in a body of water, impacting plant and animal life. PME’s miniDOT loggers help researchers monitor ecosystem health.
Explore top headlines in water monitoring research for May 2019.
Arctic warming is causing widespread thawing of permafrost areas. Permafrost melting at such a rapid pace has widespread effects, we explore a few of them.
PME’s Teddy Lucena attended the Association for the Science of Limnology and Oceanography’s (ASLO) 2019 meeting, Planet Water Challenged and Successes.
Explore top headlines on the importance of water monitoring and environmental impacts. Website View All Products PME April 2019 Newsletter Visit the PME blog for... Continue Reading
On April 17th, 1969, the Cuyahoga River caught fire, making plain what effect 150 years of industrial degradation was having on the American landscape. A... Continue Reading
Explore climate change and global warming in this month’s PME newsletter. Website View All Products PME March 2019 Newsletter Visit the PME blog for full... Continue Reading
Explore miniDOT loggers in the arctic, warming oceans, and sunscreen bans in this month’s PME newsletter. Website View All Products PME February 2019 Newsletter Visit... Continue Reading
When the 2018 Thanksgiving week rains finally came to help firefighters contain the Camp Fire, the most destructive and deadliest wildfire in California’s history, Butte... Continue Reading