I asked this question and now I want to know if any research notes were posted about D.O. monitor...
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by belkinsa |
August 11, 2018 15:50 |
I asked this question and now I want to know if any research notes were posted about D.O. monitoring here. Sorry if this a question that shouldn't be posted but my searching skills are bad.
We recently worked with an educational LaMotte kit that had a colormetric DO test. It gives a range for DO, but isn't precise. The whole kit is about $38 and has enough for a few tests. I'm sure you could order the packets for DO online though if you wanted to use this style of monitoring.
I saw your other post on this question as well (https://publiclab.org/questions/belkinsa/07-18-2018/are-there-any-diy-equipment-that-measure-dissolved-oxygen-levels-in-water) did you try any of those?
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I haven't tried the stuff yet as I need to speak to the director of Grailville and/or the Little Miami Conservancy on the possibilities. I never really thought about using a kit for colormetric DO test. I will look into that. Thanks!
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Hi @belkinsa , Here's the page which gathers everything that has been posted on dissolved oxygen -- i hope this helps you find what you are looking for! You are welcome to comment and ask as many questions as you like :)