LOBO Land/Ocean Biogeochemical Observatory

The ultimate answer to the need for automated, robust and accurate water quality measurements, particularly in sensitive and diverse ecological areas such as estuaries and inland waters.
  • Yoana G. Voynova, Karine C. Lebaron, Rebecca T. Barnes, William J. Ullman (2015) In situ response of bay productivity to nutrient loading from a small tributary: The Delaware Bay-Murderkill Estuary tidally-coupled biogeochemical reactor Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 160 1-16 Read Now
  • Dzwonkowski, B., Wong, K., and Ullman, W.J. (2013) Water level and velocity characteristics of a salt marsh channel in the Murderkill estuary, Delaware Journal of Coastal Research doi:oi:http://dx.doi.org/10.2112/JCOASTRES-D-12-00161.1 Read Now
  • Adams, A.J., Hill, J.E., Kurth, B.N., Barbour, A.B. (2012) Effects of a Severe Cold Event on the Subtropical, Estuarine- Dependent Common Snook, Centropomus Undecimalis Gulf and Caribbean Research 24 13-21
  • Ryan, J, Greenfield, D, Marin III, R, Preston, C, Roman, B, Jenson, S, Pargett, D, Birch, J, Mikulski, C, Goucette, G, Scholin, C. (2011) Harmful phytoplankton ecology studies using an autonomous molecular analytical and ocean observing network. American Society of LImnology and Oceanography, Inc 56(4), 1255-1272 doi:10.4319/lo.2011.56.4.1255
  • Milbrandt, E.C., Coble, P.G., Conmy, R. N., Martignette, A.J., Siwicke, J.J. (2010) Evidence for the production of marine fluorescence dissolved organic matter in coastal environments and a possible mechanism for formation and dispersion, Limnol. Oceanogr., 55(5), 2037-2051.
  • Jannasch, H.W., Coletti, L.J., Kenneth, S.J., Fitzwater, S.E., Needoba, J.A., Plant, J.N. (2008) The Land/Ocean Biogeochemical Observatory: A robust networked mooring system for continuously monitoring complex biogeochemical cycles in estuaries Limnol. Oceanogr. Methods 6 263-276 Read Now
  • Adams L.G., Matsumoto, G.I. (2007) Investigating coastal processes and nitrate levels in Elkorn Slough using real-time data, Oceanography 20(1), 200-204