In this Oceanography section, contributing authors share all of the relevant information on a homemade sensor, instrument, or software tool(s) so that others can build, or build upon, it. The short articles also showcase how this technology was used successfully in the field.
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS!
Oceanography guest editors Melissa Omand and Emmanuel Boss are seeking contributions to DIY Oceanography. Contributions should include a list of the materials and costs, instructions on how to build, and any blueprints and codes (those could be deposited elsewhere). See Oceanography’s Author Guidelines page or detailed information on submission requirements.
An Optical Imaging System for Capturing Images in Low-Light Aquatic Habitats Using Only Ambient Light
Pagniello, C.M.L.S., J. Butler, A. Rosen, A. Sherwood, P.L.D. Roberts, P.E. Parnell, J.S. Jaffe, and A. Širovic. 2021. Oceanography 34(3), https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2021.305.
Gadeken, K.J., and K.M. Dorgan. 2021. Oceanography 34(2):177–183, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2021.202.
The Pressure of In Situ Gases Instrument (PIGI) for Autonomous Shipboard Measurement of Dissolved O2 and N2 in Surface Ocean Waters
Izett, R.W., and P.D. Tortell. 2020. Oceanography 33(2):156–162, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2020.214.
Haëntjens, N., and E. Boss. 2020. Oceanography 33(1):80–84, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2020.112.