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C.C. Lynch Sponsor Presentation
Proceedings of the 2022 Mississippi Water Resources Conference

Year: 2022 Authors: Lynch M.

Water quality conditions in many regions are evolving over time and so, too, are the technologies that are used to measure these changes. Continuous water quality monitoring allows for an expanded temporal view of conditions at a particular site of interest. Multiparameter platforms have sensors available for the measurement of algae and some of the parameters of interest that drive or are affected by blooms. Algae-specific sensor technologies include fluorescence-based sensors designed to monitor chlorophyll-a, phycocyanin, and phycoerythrin. By using these sensor technologies connected to a data telemetry device and then to a cloud-based data hosting platform, real-time data-driven decisions can be made intelligently and in a cost-effective manner.

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