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- Lloret, Jaime, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Aquacultural engineering 2018 v.81 pp. 10-18
- Isochrysis galbana; Tetraselmis chuii; algorithms; fish farms; monitoring; red light; sediments; turbidity; water quality; wavelengths
- ... Turbidity monitoring is necessary in many cases and several sensors have been developed for this purpose. However, in some cases to quantify the turbidity it is not enough and its characterization is necessary. In fish farms, the increase of sedimentary or phytoplanktonic turbidity requires different actions to prevent further damages. For this reason, a sensor able to differentiate between turbid ...