Enabling biogeochemistry research

Below you will find an overview of our application notes within biogeochemistry. Click Application notes for a full overview.

The Winning Formula

Ole Pedersen, co-founder of Unisense and expert microsensor user, has applied microsensors in seagrass beds in the Caribbean Sea, rice paddies in the Philippines, and peat swamps in Australia. In this article, Ole shares "The Winning Formula" for conducting microsensor experiments. Read more...

Effects of global warming in Artic lake

A research group from University of Alberta used the Field Microprofiling System and microsensors for O2, pH and Redox to quantify the effects of increased glacial runoff on sediment processes in Lake Hazen. Their results were in Nature Scientific Reports. Read more...

Photosynthetic biofilms

With sensor tip sizes down to 3 µm, Unisense microsensors make it possible to perform measurements at high spatial resolution. An example is this investigation of the dynamics within the layers of microbial mats. Read more...

Measuring in Rhizosphere

In this study, microsensors were used to demonstrate how sulfide oxidation influenced the sulfide concentration at the root of a macrophyte. Read more...

Oxygen profiles in salty crust

Dr. Don Canfield and Ketil Sørensen, University of Southern Denmark used needle sensors to examine the vertical distribution of phototrophic and non-phototrophic microorganisms in 2 saltern evaporation ponds with salinities of 156 and 206 g l-1. Read more...

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