A temperature compensation method for CDOM fluorescence sensors in freshwater

@inproceedings{Watras2011ATC,
  title={A temperature compensation method for CDOM fluorescence sensors in freshwater},
  author={Carl J. Watras and Paul C. Hanson and Tammy L. Stacy and Katie M. Morrison and Joanne Mather and Yu Hen Hu and Paul A. Milewski},
  year={2011}
}
The effect of temperature on CDOM fluorescence was investigated in dystrophic freshwaters of Wisconsin and in aqueous standards. Laboratory experiments with two commercial in situ fluorometers showed that CDOM fluorescence intensity decreased as ambient water temperature increased. A temperature compensation equation was derived to standardize CDOM fluorescence measurements to a specific reference temperature. The form of the equation is: CDOM r = CDOM m /[1 + r(T m ‐ T r )], where T is… CONTINUE READING

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