UC Davis Deploys LISST-200X!
Profiling in the Oaks Arm of Clear Lake, CA. “Clear Lake is a hyper-euthrophic, polymictic lake. The end of the Oaks Arm has the Sulfur Bank Mercury Mine, which is an EPA Superfund site. The research being conducted is for the ecological rehabilitation of Clear Lake, and is funded by the California Natural Resources Agency. The model in the photo is Erik Young, a researcher with the Tahoe Environmental Research Center (TERC)”, comments S. Geoffrey Schladow, PhD, Professor of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, Director, Tahoe Environmental Research Center, University of California, Davis
Developed and produced by Sequoia, the LISST-200X is a laser diffraction particle size analyzer, designed for measuring suspended particle size and concentration. Learn more about the innovative LISST product portfolio here: