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Title: Pilot Water Quality Monitoring Station in Dublin Bay North Bank Monitoring Station (NBMS): MATSIS Project Part I
Authors: O'Donnell, G
Joyce, E
O'Boyle, S
McGovern, E
Keywords: MEHS
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Marine Institute
Citation: O'Donnell, G., Joyce, E., O'Boyle, S. & McGovern, E., "Pilot Water Quality Monitoring Station in Dublin Bay North Bank Monitoring Station (NBMS): MATSIS Project Part I", Marine Environment and Health Series No. 35, Marine Institute 2008
Series/Report no.: Marine Environment and Health Series;35
Abstract: The lack of short-term temporal resolution associated with traditional spot sampling for monitoring water quality of dynamic coastal and estuarine waters has meant that many organisations are interesting in autonomous monitoring technologies to provide near real-time semi-continuous data. Such approaches enable capturing short term episodic events (which may be missed or alternatively skew datasets when using spot samples) and provide early warning of water quality problems. New policy drivers such as the Water Framework Directive (WFD) provide added impetus to develop this field. Therefore, as part of the interreg IIIa funded MATSIS project the Marine Institute undertook to develop and pilot an autonomous monitoring station in Dublin Bay (North Bank Monitoring Station NBMS). This report presents the outcome for this pilot study.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10793/274
ISSN: 1649-0053
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