Nitrate and nitrite variability at the seafloor of an oxygen minimum zone revealed by a novel microfluidic in-situ chemical sensor

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Yücel, M.; Beaton, A.D.; Dengler, M.; Mowlem, M.C.; Sohl, F.; Sommer, S.; (2015)
  • Publisher: Public Library of Science (PLoS)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0132785
  • Subject: water depths | Planetenphysik | 30 hours | Western Africa | 170 m site | Nitrite Variability | Lander deployments | benthic nitrogen cycling | Ecology | nitrite concentration | nox | Oxygen Minimum Zone Revealed | LOC sensor | undersampling problem | 40 hours | biogeochemical variability | Initial tests | 50 m site | 40 h | 170 m depth | LOC sensors | benthic biogeochemical dynamics | nitrate concentrations | time series | ocean biogeochemical processes | Mauritanian oxygen | chemical sensors | Biological Sciences | sensor network | novel LOC sensor | LOC technology | Mauritanian shelf

<div><p>Microfluidics, or lab-on-a-chip (LOC) is a promising technology that allows the development of miniaturized chemical sensors. In contrast to the surging interest in biomedical sciences, the utilization of LOC sensors in aquatic sciences is still in infancy but a... View more
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