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|Title:||Sydney Coastal Waters Chlorophyll 2009|
Faculty of Engineering, School of Civil Engineering, The Ocean Technology Group
|Abstract:||Samples of surface ocean water off shore of Sydney, Australia were collected and nourished with nutrients. The samples were exposed to natural sunlight and kept in a water bath. The variation of chlorophyll as detected by a fluorometer was recorded once per day. The sea water collected was nourished in the manner reported by Harrison (2007). The measurement of fluorescence is reported in Appendix A. The temperature was near 20 degree C.|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||Faculty of Engineering, School of Civil Engineering, The Ocean Technology Group|
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