Edaphic Scientific is now the exclusive distributor in Australia and New Zealand for  Sea & Sun Technology. We are excited by the opportunity to support Sea & Sun Technology in our part of the world! Sea & Sun Technology is a world-leading, German manufacturer of water-based sensors for marine science, oceanography, limnology, hydrology, hydrography, groundwater,…

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Implexx Sense has released a new range of low cost, IoT-enabled, water level, depth or pressure sensors. The Implexx Water Level Sensor is ideal for hydrologists and irrigation managers. The water level sensors can be installed in tanks, boreholes, streams, lakes, rivers, estuaries and marine environments, to a depth of 200 metres. The Implexx Water…

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It is no secret that humans are heavily impacting oceans. Measuring these impacts, however, is extremely difficult. Not only are the oceans vast but incredibly deep with the ocean floor at least 6000m down in many locations. Precise measurements of biogeochemical and ecological processes at these depths is technologically hard. An Italian research group from…

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Algal blooms can cause significant environmental damage producing toxic effects on people, freshwater and marine organisms. Understanding and quantifying algal blooms often involves expensive or laborious scientific equipment. However, researchers at the USA Environmental Protection Agency recently adopted a novel method to study algae in a river system in the United States. The methods involves…

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Edaphic Scientific attended the joint conference between the New Zealand Marine Sciences Society and Australian Marine Science Association in Wellington, New Zealand. The conference was attended by over 500 marine science researchers from Australia and New Zealand. Talks and posters covered a wide range of topics from ocean acidification to coral bleaching to marine parks…

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What would possess a team of scientists to drift on a primitive raft in the Pacific Ocean for over 60 days? As always, it is in the name of science – specifically anthropology and environmental science research. Known as the Kon-Tiki2 Expedition, the scientists are examining if it was possible for Polynesian and South American…

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Many tropical marine species are starting to appear in temperate waters. Around Sydney, several tropical fishes, such as surgeonfish, have been observed. Corals have also been found to be overtaking algal forests off the coast of New South Wales. In New Zealand, tropical fishes have been observed in marine waters where they have never been seen…

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