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Get quick, easy access to on-demand education resources and enhance your understanding of water quality monitoring. YSI experts explore different water quality parameters and how you can go about measuring them!

"Little info sessions like this are great for our new employees. We have some that do not get to handle their equipment as often as others, so refresher videos are very helpful for us."   -Webinar attendee

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How Algae Sensors Work

Prevention of harmful algal blooms in source waters can be difficult, but early detection via in situ monitoring can help. Learn who monitors for algae and why, the evolution of pigment-based detection of algae, and the underlying principles of how field-deployable algae sensors work and the value and limitations they provide.

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How Conductivity Sensors Work

Conductivity provides insight into the ionic concentration and purity of water making it a critical parameter when monitoring water quality. Explore further why it is important to monitor conductivity, the differences between conductivity, specific conductance, and salinity, and the technology and limitations of field-deployed conductivity sensors.

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How DO Sensors Work

Dissolved Oxygen plays a role in nearly every water quality application. Learn applications where DO measurement is critically important, the evolution of DO sensor technologies in the field, and the underlying principles of the newest DO sensing technologies.

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How pH & ORP Sensors Work

The pH of a water body can affect nearly all aquatic life in a system. Dive into reasons for measuring pH and a related metric, oxidative-reductive potential (ORP), the principle of operation of Ion Selective Electrodes (ISEs), best practices for measurement, and the value and limitations of pH and ORP sensors.

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How Turbidity Sensors Work

Turbidity is a measure of water quality. Find out who measures turbidity and why it is important, the evolution of turbidity measurements, and the principles of how optical-based field-deployable turbidity sensors work along with their limitations.

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How Anti-Fouling Works

One of the largest barriers to the search for good water quality data is the threat of fouling, which is why having a strong anti-fouling plan in place for your EXO Sonde is critical for long-term monitoring projects. Putting anti-fouling technologies in place can extend deployment intervals for your EXO Sonde or other long-term monitoring equipment.

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