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Dr John Attridge presents “The CTG Multi-parameter Fluorometer: A new approach to in-situ fluorescence measurement” at the 59th Marine Measurement Forum

170704-basic-equity-participation-agreement-made-on-fpso-owning-and-chartering-business-for-oil-and-gas-field-offshore-ghana-1Dr John Attridge, Technical Director presents: “The CTG Multi-parameter Fluorometer: A new approach to in-situ fluorescence measurement” at the 59th Marine Measurement Forum staged by The Hydrographic Society UK at BP’s Upstream Learning Centre, UK on 7th July.   The new multi-parameter fluorometer, the V-Lux, is a low cost, miniaturized, multi-channel sensor providing high quality in-situ detection of Algae, Hydrocarbons, CDOM and Tryptophan like fluorescence. Fluorescence is automatically corrected for turbidity, absorbance and temperature to provide robust data collection over extended deployments.

Applications for the V-Lux include monitoring of environmental pollution, algae, sewage and bathing waters, oil spills and oil run-offs, particulate studies and exhaust gas scrubber wash water.

Source credit: https://www.chelsea.co.uk/news/618-dr-john-attridge-presents-the-ctg-multi-parameter-fluorometer-a-new-approach-to-in-situ-fluorescence-measurement-at-59th-mmf

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