Chemosensory guidance cues in a turbulent chemical odor plume

@inproceedings{Webster2001ChemosensoryGC,
  title={Chemosensory guidance cues in a turbulent chemical odor plume},
  author={Donald R. Webster and Marc J. Weissburg},
  year={2001}
}
The characteristics of chemical odor plumes released into a turbulent open channel flow are evaluated in the context of chemical plume tracking. The objective is to assess the availability and usefulness of chemosensory cues to animals, such as benthic crustaceans, attempting to orient in the plume. Releasing fluorescent dye into the fully developed turbulent boundary layer of a large laboratory-scale flume created turbulent odor plumes. Flow visualization of odor fields created with varying… CONTINUE READING
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