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- n. Plural form of fluorometer.
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They include fluorometers that spot oil using colour measurements, a remotely operated vehicle that they submerge to describe oil aggregates at up to 75 metres below the surface, and equipment that records oxygen levels.
Researchers will use fluorometers to measure where and, in what concentrations the dye ends up in the Keys.
The EcoMapper dataset is also unique, offering extremely high spatial resolution of the key physicochemical water quality parameters in addition to chlorophyll and blue-green algae fluorometers, a depth sounder and optional side-scan sonar.