RAS Deployment Video in Lake Huron

See video  of the Reavie Lab from the University of Minnesota, Duluth (UMD) deploying a McLane Remote Access Sampler (RAS) in Lake Huron.  The Reavie team pursues research in applied aquatic studies on freshwater ecosystems, evaluating water quality issues. Routine work focuses on the use of algae as indicators of environmental changes. The RAS Lake Huron

McLane named to the 2017 MTR 100 list

McLane is honored to announce it has been named to the 2017 Marine Technology Reporter (MTR) Top 100 list. We extend our sincere appreciation to the editors and staff at Marine Technology Reporter for this honor. McLane was previously named to the MTR 100 in 2012, 2013, 2015 and 2016. MTR is the world’s largest audited circulation magazine
See a new University of Michigan News video featuring the first Environmental Sample Processor (ESP) deployed in the Great Lakes. ‘ESPniagara’ is now deployed in the Western Lake Erie basin to provide rapid, advanced warning to municipal drinking water managers and to safeguard the drinking water supplies from toxic microcystins. ESPniagara is the first ESP
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
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