FlowCam collage of plankton
FlowCam Dissertation Highlights the Importance of Collaboration Among Scientists
Turbulence plays a key role in the mixing of lakes, seas, and oceans and inspired the subject of Dr. Russell Arnott's Ph.D. dissertation. With little …
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Noctiluca scintillans imaged by FlowCam showing endosymbionts
FlowCam Useful in Discovery of New Mode of Cell Division in Noctiluca Blooms
Green Noctiluca scintillans, or gNoctiluca, is one of the fastest biogeographically spreading marine planktonic organisms in the world's oceans and …
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Skidaway Institute of Oceanography FlowCam user group photo
Featured FlowCam User: Skidaway Institute of Oceanography
The Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, an internationally renowned marine science research institute located on the northern end of Skidaway Island …
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Aquaculture pond sampling locations from Kimambo et al study.
FlowCam Used to Detect CyanoHABs in African Fish Farms
Freshwater aquaculture is gradually becoming common practice in sub-Saharan Africa. Rural farmers raise fish in ponds for subsistence, to boost their …
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Nantucket lighthouse
Nantucket User Groups Share FlowCam to Monitor Water Quality at Shellfish Hatchery
Excessive nutrients in Nantucket’s harbors cause several negative impacts on existing habitats. These impacts include eelgrass loss, decreased …
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Recent Notable FlowCam Studies in Aquatic Research
Scientists from around the world have been using FlowCam for over 20 years to better understand the ecosystems in our lakes, rivers, and oceans. As …
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FlowCam collage of cyanobacteria
FlowCam Cyano is Part of a Proactive Water Quality Monitoring Effort
This past summer in June, The Gaffney Board of Public Works (GBPW), in South Carolina, issued a water quality advisement and posted signs around Lake …
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The Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians members in canoe on water at sunset
Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians Integrate FlowCam into Environmental Stewardship Programs
The Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians (CTCLUSI) recently received long-awaited funding to purchase a FlowCam Cyano …
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WCMC volunteer using a plankton net to collect samples for FlowCam Cyano analysis
Community Groups Take HAB Monitoring Into Their Own Hands, Recognize Need for Formal Strategic Guidelines
Harmful algal blooms can have a detrimental effect on the environment and on human and animal health. As a result of climate change, water utilities …
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Misty Klein of Austin Water using FlowCam
Austin Water Uses FlowCam to Detect Harmful Algal Blooms
Austin Water, the City of Austin, Texas' water utility, recently purchased a FlowCam Cyano instrument. Austin Water first learned about the …
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Hand holding test tubes
New FlowCam Technical Notes: Using Preservatives with Phytoplankton Samples
Aquatic scientists often need to store natural samples for a period of time before processing them using FlowCam. There are multiple preservatives …
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Greater Cincinnati Water Works group photo from FlowCam training
Greater Cincinnati Water Works Uses FlowCam Cyano to Monitor Source Water
Applications Scientist, Kay Johnson has spent this week in Cincinnati training new FlowCam users at the Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) on …
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