Differentiate cyanobacteria from other algae to quickly verify the presence and quantity of cyanobacteria
Monitor HAB growth and plankton availability for food supply in addition to tracking larvae growth
Visit our FlowCam Aquatic Image Galleries to view images of marine and freshwater organisms and particles from around the globe.
The FlowCam is an imaging flow cytometer that was developed at Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in 1997 by Dr. Chris Sieracki, as a faster, more informative method of phytoplankton enumeration and marine water analysis than the existing technologies at the time. Since its development, the FlowCam has found numerous applications in aquatic research and industry.