Simultaneous Measurements of Fluorescence and Beam Attenuation: Instrument Characterization and Interpretation of Signals from Stratified Coastal Waters

@inproceedings{McKee1999SimultaneousMO,
  title={Simultaneous Measurements of Fluorescence and Beam Attenuation: Instrument Characterization and Interpretation of Signals from Stratified Coastal Waters},
  author={David McKee and Jr. A. Cunningham and Ken Jones},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract Hydrographic (conductivity, temperature, depth), optical (fluorescence and beam attenuation) and chemical (suspended particulate material, chlorophyll, gelbstoff) observations were made in sea lochs off the west coast of Scotland. A strong link was observed between hydrographic and optical layering in these waters. In order to assist the interpretation of the optical data, relationships between fluorescence and extracted chlorophyll and dry weight and beam attenuation were determined… CONTINUE READING

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