Articles | Volume 21, issue 1
https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-21-315-2024
https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-21-315-2024
Technical note
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17 Jan 2024
Technical note |  | 17 Jan 2024

Technical note: An autonomous flow-through salinity and temperature perturbation mesocosm system for multi-stressor experiments

Cale A. Miller, Pierre Urrutti, Jean-Pierre Gattuso, Steeve Comeau, Anaïs Lebrun, Samir Alliouane, Robert W. Schlegel, and Frédéric Gazeau

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This work describes an experimental system that can replicate and manipulate environmental conditions in marine or aquatic systems. Here, we show how the temperature and salinity of seawater delivered from a fjord is manipulated to experimental tanks on land. By constantly monitoring temperature and salinity in each tank via a computer program, the system continuously adjusts automated flow valves to ensure the seawater in each tank matches the targeted experimental conditions.

   

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