Harness the Power of Time

Harness the Power of Time

McLane in-situ time series ocean instrumentation has performed in the field worldwide

ESP Deployment

ESP Deployment

A team from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) deploys an Environmental Sample Processor (ESP) in the Gulf of Maine.

Coral Reef Study

Coral Reef Study

A researcher from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution deploys a RAS in the coral reefs of Palau. (Photo: WHOI)

MMP and Steel in the Arctic

MMP and Steel in the Arctic

 

Université Laval deploys McLane steel flotation buoys and an MMP in the Arctic.

WTS-LV Over the Rail

WTS-LV Over the Rail

SEA Semester students prepare to deploy a WTS-LV for phytoplankton sampling off the coast of Maine.

ITP in the Arctic

ITP in the Arctic

Researchers from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution prepare to deploy an ITP through a 28 cm hole in the Arctic ice. 

News

September 1, 2016

 A recent NOAA Emerging Technologies for Observations Workshop highlighted the McLane IFCB and ESP as part of National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) efforts to combat harmful algal blooms (HABS). The IFCB and ESP were featured for providing early warnings as well as effective monitoring and HABS forecasting.

September 14, 2016

Proper care over time is key to the long-life of Glass flotation. Inspect your glass after every deployment to check for signs of fatigue from repeated pressure cycling. Glass flotation inspection guidelines:

Tools for Success

From proposal planning to deployment and recovery, McLane is committed to making your science successful. Our engineers are available to discuss which instrument is appropriate for your project. Also, McLane offers product training to fully prepare your team for deployment. For more information, see our Support page
 
Phone: +1 508.495.4000 (0800 to 1700 EST/EDT, 1300 to 2000 GMT)
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The downloadable McLane Library content includes step-by-step User Manuals, Technical Support Bulletins, Software, Videos, Photos, and Data sheets. This in-depth information can be used to aid instrument selection. For those who already own instruments, the library is a resource for deployment preparation, recovery, and instrument storage.