Scientific Environmental Sensing
Team Sea Sense
Automated multi-sensor technology to monitor sea water quality
Sea Sense taking their first pump readings. Photo courtesy of A. Quitmeyer.
The Sea Sense group developed an automated multi-sensor technology to monitor sea water quality parameters (pH, temperature, dissolved oxygen, and turbidity). A pumping machine is utilized to extract seawater sampled between 10ft to 15ft depth. The data gathered can be translated into meaningful information for fishermen to monitor fish productivity in Banilad Marine Sanctuary. This project is also useful for researchers who monitor the climate, who can share their findings to prepare the community for the potential impacts of climate change.
- Alberto Diego Jr.
- Dae Habalo
- Geraldine Quiñones
- Jeffrey Rivera
- Andrew Mores
- Andrew Quitmeyer