YSI Webinars and On-Demand Learning
We will review YSI's footprint on scientific research and papers from Google Scholar that feature biochemistry analyzers and demonstrate why YSI's Gold Standard extends from our legacy 2300 & 2700 series to our modern 2500 & 2900 series biochemistry analyzers.
Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) are one of the greatest threats to water quality globally. In this webinar, we will describe how to prepare your environmental testing laboratory for the three most relevant water quality analyses to understand the drivers and impacts of HABs.
Two field specialists from YSI review fouling with Sondes in freshwater and marinewater environments, and how sondes have changed over time to keep sensors clean and maintain continuous monitoring.
Dr. Stephanie A. Smith from Xylem USA covers algae and its different types, as well as the best methods to monitoring varieties of algae. Dr. Smith also reviews each YSI sensor designed to monitor algae through different approaches.
Kerry Hubbard from Xylem USA defines turbidity and its causes to showcase the best means of monitoring both on the field and in the lab. We'll also showcase which YSI sensors and sondes are designed to work best with monitoring turbidity.
Ben Sutter from Xylem USA defines review the importance of pH and ORP sensors, what are their differences and important things to know using these sensors.
Zack Henderson from Xylem review conductivity in water, measuring conductance, and how it can indicate water quality. We also review our conductivity sensors and how they work.
Kerry Hubbard from Xylem USA introduces hydrometeorology and what tools we use to measure changes over time. We also go over the importance and implications of hydrometeorology in flood prevention as well as irrigation management.