Taxonomic Classification of Phytoplankton with Multivariate Optical Computing, Part II: Design and Experimental Protocol of a Shipboard Fluorescence Imaging Photometer

@article{Swanstrom2013TaxonomicCO,
  title={Taxonomic Classification of Phytoplankton with Multivariate Optical Computing, Part II: Design and Experimental Protocol of a Shipboard Fluorescence Imaging Photometer},
  author={Joseph A. Swanstrom and L. Bruckman and Megan Pearl and Elizabeth Abernathy and T. Richardson and T. Shaw and M. Myrick},
  journal={Applied Spectroscopy},
  year={2013},
  volume={67},
  pages={630 - 639}
}
Differential pigmentation between phytoplankton allows use of fluorescence excitation spectroscopy for the discrimination and classification of different taxa. Here, we describe the design and performance of a fluorescence imaging photometer that exploits taxonomic differences for discrimination and classification. The fluorescence imaging photometer works by illuminating individual phytoplankton cells through an asynchronous spinning filter wheel, which produces bar code-like streaks in a… Expand
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