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Instrumentation: Measurement, Processing & Analysis

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References (1) Fietzek, P. & Körtzinger, A. (2010) Optimi- zation of a membrane based NDIR-Sensor for Dissolved Carbon Dioxide. In Proceedings of ?OceanObs?09: Sustained Ocean Observations and Information for Society? Conference (An-nex), Venice, Italy, 21-25 September 2009, Hall, J., Harrison D.E. & Stammer, D., Eds., ESA Pub- lication WPP-306.(2) Fiedler, B., Fietzek, P., Vieira, N., Silva, P., Bit- tig, H.C. and Körtzinger, A. (2013): In situ CO2 and O2 measurements on a pro ling  oat, Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 30 . pp. 112-126. (3) Fietzek, P., Kramer, S. & Esser, D. (2011) Deployments of the HydroC (CO2/CH4) on sta- tionary and mobile platforms ? Merging trends in the  eld of platform and sensor development. In Proceedings of Oceans 2011 conference (USA, September 2011). (4) Deployment photo courtesy of Dr. Peter Linke, GEOMAR php?id=plinke. Instruments for Loan: Apply Before April 15!Teledyne RD Instruments is con dent that these carbon sensors will aid in both scienti c research and environmental monitoring. Through a newly es- tablished product grant program, Teledyne RD Instruments will offer the loan of up to 3 instruments ? one each of either a HydroCO2, a HydroCH4 senor, a WH/OS ADCP, or Citadel CTD system ? for new and interesting applications utilizing these combined technologies. Users are encouraged to submit detailed proposals on how they would utilize these products to improve their scienti c research or environmental monitor- ing. Full details and an online submission form can be accessed at . Proposals are due on or before April 15, 2013. Marine Technology Reporter 21MTR #2 (18-33).indd 21MTR #2 (18-33).indd 213/5/2013 4:03:15 PM3/5/2013 4:03:15 PM

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