Conductivity Temperature Depth
Conductivity Temperature Depth (CTD) is an abbreviated name for an instrument package that contains sensors for measuring the conductivity, temperature, and pressure of seawater. Salinity, sound velocity, depth and density are variables that can be derived from sensor measurements. CTDs can carry additional instruments and sensors such as oxygen sensors, turbidity sensors and fluorometers.
Individual instruments of the above category, which are (or have been) connected to our observatories. Click an instrument for detailed information.
|ADM CTD 105 on Crawler||Marine Technology Centre|
|ADM CTD 110||Ocean Networks Canada Offices|
|Alec Electronics ACTW-CAR 0014||Expedition - Field Maintenance|
|Alec Electronics CTW 0002||Ocean Networks Canada Offices|
|Alec Electronics CTW 0003||Ocean Networks Canada Offices|
|Alec Electronics CTW 0004||Ocean Networks Canada Offices|
|AML CTD Metrec X 50028||Marine Technology Centre|
|AML CTD Metrec X 50140||British Columbia North Coast|
|AML CTD Metrec X 50146||Vancouver Island|
|AML CTD Metrec X 50147||Marine Technology Centre|
|AML CTD Metrec X 50148||Vancouver Island|
|AML CTD Metrec X 50149||British Columbia North Coast|
|AML CTD Metrec X 50150||British Columbia North Coast|
|AML CTD Metrec X 50233||Gascoyne Inlet|
|AML CTD Metrec X 50348||British Columbia Lower Fraser|
Click the instrument categories below for descriptions and lists of instruments belonging to that category.