Deep SeapHOx™ Ocean CT(D)-pH-DO Sensor Now Available
Sea-Bird Scientific's new Deep SeapHOx™ combines the Satlantic Deep SeaFET™ pH sensor with the Sea-Bird Electronics SBE 37-SMP-ODO MicroCAT CTD+DO sensor. The Deep SeaFET™ adapts the MBARI/SIO/Honeywell Deep-Sea DuraFET technology to measure pH in a deep moored package, utilizing the conductivity, temperature and pressure measurements from the MicroCAT to optimize the measurement of ocean pH in real-time. The integrated package also allows the SeaFET™ to take advantage of the SBE 37's pumped flow path and anti-fouling technology to extend deployment durations.
- Optical Dissolved Oxygen
- Industry-leading conductivity cell biofouling protection
For more information on the new Deep SeapHOx™, visit our web site or call us at +1 425 643 9866.
Meet the People
Stephanie Jaeger, Oceanographer
We are pleased to announce that Stephanie Jaeger has joined the Ocean Research Business Unit as Oceanographer in our science team. Stephanie joined Sea-Bird in October 2013 as a member of the Technical Support team. She has also worked closely with our Science team providing key feedback on many recent product development initiatives.
Stephanie has a B.S. in Marine Science and Biology from Southampton College in NY, and an M.S. in Oceanography (2006) from Oregon State University. She completed her graduate work on the development of a unique in-situ flow-through chemical analyzer for measuring microbial enzyme activities at a coastal ocean observatory in New Jersey. Her research interests included biogeochemical cycling and organic matter transformation in marine microbial communities to gain an understanding of nutrient dynamics. Following her graduate studies, she managed project operations and data from continuous monitoring of water quality and conditions for the WA State Department of Ecology, gaining extensive experience with Sea-Bird equipment in moored applications. She also has significant sea experience aboard both oceanographic research and educational vessels as an assistant scientist, instructor, and crew member, and has taught Oceanography at a local community college.
Stephanie enjoys analyzing data, trouble-shooting oceanographic instrumentation and contributing to sensor development, with the goal of improving data collection capabilities in support of a greater understanding of the ocean and climate. In her free time, she likes to spend time outside in her garden, on hiking or biking trails, or on the water. She also enjoys sailing, and volunteers for the Center for Wooden Boats in Seattle, WA.
We are excited to have someone with Stephanie's background join the Ocean Research Team!