Instrument

CTD
Conductivity, Temperature, and Depth

Conductivity, Temperature, and Depth (CTD) sensors are used to measure things such as water depth, water pressure, salinity, and density in the ocean. CTDs are often used on ship platforms. They are tethered to the ship and dropped into the ocean.

"Scientist Yuanheng Xion cocks niskin bottles before our test Conductivity, Temperature, and Depth (CTD) cast on a rare cloudless day in the Gulf of Alaska. Credits: Abigale Wyatt"

Instrument Details

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OCEAN PRESSURE, OCEANS, WATER PRESSURE, BATHYMETRY/SEAFLOOR TOPOGRAPHY, OCEANS, WATER DEPTH, SALINITY/DENSITY, OCEANS, CONDUCTIVITY, SALINITY/DENSITY, OCEANS, DENSITY, SALINITY/DENSITY, OCEANS, SALINITY, OCEAN TEMPERATURE, OCEANS, WATER TEMPERATURE
Full Column Profile
30 Hz
.001 mmho/cm, .0005℃, 0.1 dbar
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External Linkhttps://doi.org/10.1575/1912%2F647
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External Link10.5067/OMGEV-CTDS1