Various oceanographic observations (DO water sampling)
It is important to routinely work out oceanographic observation to maintain a constant quality. For this reason, we conduct oceanographic observations by establishing various methods for each organization. "A representative player in ""How to Make"" is the measurement of dissolved oxygen and ""Clean Technique."""With regard to DO water sampling, it is generally possible to deal with any observation boat, provided that you are familiar with the basics described above. If you know the basic techniques and principles, it's not so hard to follow your manners.
The most stringent method in Japan is Marine Works, which is responsible for observation on JAMSTEC research ships. (Strict compliance with international standards)
First, check the presence or absence of leaks in each of the water sampling devices, and then collect the water sampling work. When the water sampler shouts "No-skin, one lid leak!" (No-skin 12, no leak), the supervisor repeats and records "No one lid leak!"When the water sampler cries "bottle number, water temperature, and manure!" (DO bottle number 11, water temperature: 1.2°C), the supervisor will repeat and record it. When he shouts, ' One bottle, one hot water, one tea !, ' one shot makes one amateur ballistic. If you're accustomed to reading these numbers, you're a good veteran.
(Many of your manners are designed to ensure safety on board, so be sure to follow it.)
By the way, even if I look at the big tree from the side, I don't think I have the feeling of being accustomed to oceanographic observation, or of being a veteran. (Although I may look like a veteran on a practical voyage with a completely novice student aboard), the number of times I have been conducting oceanographic observation is considerable. K-san (Hokkaido University Fisheries) of Tohoku Suiken also said the same thing. I was convinced by seeing Mr. Kda on the ship the other day. I'm a ship, and I've got a lot of wallowing and wasteful movements, and when I depend on someone else. "On the other hand, oceanographers from Hokkaido University's Faculty of Fisheries Sciences say, ""I'm used to oceanographic observation."""Faculty of Fisheries Sciences's graduate students are quite veterans. My goal is to nurture such a dependable veteran oceanographer, and I myself want to continue to enjoy ship observation. Best regards everyone.