A rosette system for the collection of trace metal clean seawater

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Hunter, C. N., Gordon, R. M., Fitzwater, S. E., & Coale, K. H. (1996). A rosette system for the collection of trace metal clean seawater. Limnology and Oceanography, 41(6), 1367-1372.
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TitleA rosette system for the collection of trace metal clean seawater
AuthorsC. Hunter, R. Gordon, S. Fitzwater, K. Coale
AbstractWe designed a large-volume rosette sampler for collecting seawater with minimal trace metal contamination. The system uses eight modified 30-liter Go-Flo bottles secured to a Nylon II-coated stainless steel frame. The instrument is deployed with a dedicated winch with polyurethane-coated, three-conductor Kevlar hydroline. A prototype was used as part of the U.S. JGOFS Equatorial Pacific sampling program during spring and fall 1992. A redesigned model was used during the 1993 IronEx experiments and is currently being deployed in the Arabian Sea. The results of trace metal analyses collected on these cruises indicate that samples recovered are comparable to current single Go-Flo casts.
JournalLimnology and Oceanography
Date1996
Start page1367
End page1372
ISSN0024-3590
NoteCited By (since 1996):28, CODEN: LIOCA, Oceanography, Downloaded from: www.aslo.org/lo/toc/vol_41/issue_6/1367.pdf (23 June 2014).

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