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2. Example Data

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Example plots of CTD and turbidity sensor data.
Figure B.1. Example plots of CTD and turbidity sensor data. Logger temperature is measured by the Mayfly logger board and represents temperature inside the logger box. Battery level is also measured by the Mayfly logger board – target level is 3.7 V or higher. TurbLow is finer scale and has a maximum level of 250 NTU; TurbHigh is coarser and has no maximum; the offset between the two is inconsequential and is due to logger board coding logistics. Data from Hosensack Creek, near East Greenville, Pennsylvania.

See the Troubleshooting section of the appendix for more examples.


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