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DET and DGT system

Gel profiling unit capable of deploying DET and DGT gel probes in situ. DGT and DET are recently developed techniques capable of trace metal, nutrient and major ion determinations in sediment porewaters at very high spatial resolutions (100 microns to 2 mm).

For further information contact:

Prof. Bill Davison
Enviromental Science Dept.,
IENS
Lancaster University
Lancaster LA1 4YQ
UK
w.davison@lancaster.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 1524 593935
Fax: +44 (0) 1524 593985

http://www.es.lancs.ac.uk/wdgroup/Aquach.htm

 
 
Complete DET and DGT in situ deployment system. Max. depth 6000 m.
 
 
Magnetic water pump for DET and DGT in situ deployment system. Max. depth 6000 m
 
 
Different kinds of probes
 
 
Different kinds of probes
 
 
The CPU inside the house.
 
Reference list for DET and DRG in situ deployment systems
Dr. Gary Fones
Environmental Science Dept.
I.E.N.S.
Lancaster University
Lancaster, Lancashire, UK
g.fones@lancaster.ac.uk
Prof. Bill Davidson,
Environmental Science Dept.
I.E.N.S
Lancaster University,
Lancaster, Lancashire, UK
w.davison@lancaster.ac.uk