• A. Tengberg
  • J. Hovdenes
  • J.H. Andersson
  • O. Brocandel
  • R. Diaz
  • D. Hebert
  • T. Arnerich
  • C. Huber
  • A. Körtzinger
  • A. Khripounoff
  • F. Rey
  • C. Rönning
  • J. Schimanski
  • S. Sommer
  • A. Stangelmayer
In this article, we evaluate the performance of a commercially available lifetime-based optode and compare it with data obtained by other methods. We performed a set of 10 different tests, including targeted laboratory evaluations and field studies, covering a wide range of situations from shallow coastal waters and wastewater treatment plants to abyssal depths. Our principal conclusion is that, owing to high accuracy (± 2 µM), long-term stability (more than 20 months), lack of pressure hysteresis, and limited cross-sensitivity, this method is overall more suitable for oxygen monitoring than other methods.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)7-17
JournalLimnology and Oceanography Methods
StatePublished - 2006

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