pH sensors are devices that measure the acidity or alkalinity of sea water by the concentration of hydrogen ions in the water column. The pH of seawater plays an important role in the ocean's carbon cycle.
Individual instruments of the above category, which are (or have been) connected to our observatories. Click an instrument for detailed information.
|Satlantic SeaFET Ocean pH Sensor (SN 006)||Marine Technology Centre|
|Satlantic SeaFET Ocean pH Sensor (SN 246)||Cambridge Bay|
|Satlantic SeaFET Ocean pH Sensor (SN 452)||Ocean Networks Canada Offices|
|Sea-Bird pH Sensor SBE18 (180701)||Expedition - On ROV|
|Sea-Bird SeaFET V2 pH (SN 2075)||British Columbia Lower Fraser|
|Sunburst SAMI pH P0073||Marine Technology Centre|
|UMN In-situ Chemical Sensor System SN A||Endeavour|
|UMN In-situ Chemical Sensor System SN B||Marine Technology Centre|
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