Introducing Eco from Nortek. The world’s most compact current profiler, designed for the shallows.
Measuring speed through water with greater accuracy
Providing navigation for underwater vehicles in pioneering robotics project
After completing its pre-programmed mission, the Eco #ADCP automatically floats back to the surface for retrieval. #Eco #portableADCP #shallowwater
See how the new Eco #ADCP has been helping Jessica Pate, a marine biologist with no previous experience in using oceanographic instruments, characterize current flows in one of the manta ray‘s more unusual shallow-water coastal habitats:
The first portable #ADCP built specifically for shallow water. Order now for free shipping before the end of March! #Eco #portableADCP #shallowwater

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Uncovering marine biophysical interactions with simultaneous observations from multiple current meters

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