Land/Ocean Biogeochemical Observatory in Elkhorn Slough





LOBO Wireless Network (2006) Ocean Sciences. Honolulu Hawaii Feb 20 Download Poster

Continuous, in-situ Measurements of Nutrient Fluxes Within a Physically Complex Coastal Environment. (2005) Joint Assembly, New Orleans, LA. May 23-27 Download Presentation (~5MB)

The Land/Ocean Biogeochemical Observatory (LOBO): A Sensor Network for Coupled Nutrient Cycles in a Complex Environment. (2005). ASLO Aquatic Science Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. Feb 21-25.

The Development of an Aquatic Nutrient Sensor Network for Coastal Oceanography.(2004) AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Dec 13-17





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Read a news article from the Salinas Californian on the science behind LOBO

Chapin, T.P., J.M. Caffrey, H.W. Jannasch, L.J. Coletti, J.C. Haskins, and K.S. Johnson (2004). Nitrate Sources and Sinks in Elkhorn Slough, California: Results from Long-term Continuous in situ Nitrate Analyzers. Estuaries 27 (5): 882-894

Kenneth S. Johnson, and Luke J. Coletti (2002) In situ ultraviolet spectrophotometry for high resolution and long-term monitoring of nitrate, bromide and bisulfide in the ocean. Deep-Sea Research I 49 1291-1305.

Michael J. Kennish (ed) (2004) Estuarine Research, Monitoring, and Resource Protection. Marine Science Series, CRC Press LLC.

Jane Caffrey, Martha Brown, W.Breck Tyler, and Mark Silberstein (eds) (2002) Changes in a California Estuary. A Profile of Elkhorn Slough. Elkhorn Slough Foundation.

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