McLane’s Phytoplankton sampler (PPS) is a time-series, in-situ instrument that collects 24 individual, filtered particulate samples. The PPS is suited for analyzing trace metals, phytoplankton, zooplankton and micro-plastics. A multi-port valve keeps samples separate, and pumps water directly onto a 47 mm filter. The PPS is deployed on a fixed mooring. Deployments can be up to
 May 14, 2017 The Cape Cod Times has published an article on McLane’s exports of its profilers, samplers, and flotation around the world.  Recently, the Small Business Administration (SBA) had selected McLane Research Laboratories, Inc. as 2017 Exporter of the Year for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  The article included a video of a McLane Moored Profiler descending our 50 ft
In order to understand the response of the Southern Ocean as a carbon sink and its response to changing global climate conditions, a long-term flux study called “Southern Ocean Carbon Processes-SOCarP” was conceived at the National Centre For Antarctic and Ocean Research (NCAOR), India, using moored sediment traps. In early 2017, the SOCarP team left
April 25, 2017 (Falmouth, MA) – The Small Business Administration (SBA) has selected McLane Research Laboratories, Inc. as 2017 Exporter of the Year for the Commonwealth of MA. “McLane has not only been a recipient of SBA STEP grants that have assisted in defraying costs to promote American exports, but has also worked with the MA
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