FLAMe & Spatial Variability
31" H x 42" W

  Embroidery on silk.
Chemistry data for Trout Bog was collected by pumping water to automated sensors installed on a boat going back and forth across the lake’s surface. This colorful lake image shows considerable variability in CO2 across the lake’s surface. Other physiochemical properties were collected at the same time (temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, conductivity, chlorophyll, phycocyanin, turbidity, & dissolved organic matter). (FLAMe = Fast Limnology Automated Measurement)
A link to the publication in Environmental Science & Technology is here: