View near Real-Time images of K. brevis relative abundance.
Data are collected using the Optical Phytoplankton Detector (BreveBuster) developed at Mote Marine Laboratory for discriminating K. brevis abundance from whole water samples. The optical phytoplankton detector will be used in autonomous vehicles and moored applications.



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