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Watermark Water Sampler Field Kit

Watermark Water Sampler Field Kit

Description

This complete field kit includes a 1L vertical bottle sampler and everything else you need for water sampling at any depth.

Features

  • Great for zooplankton collections
  • Secchi disc is included for transparency measurements
  • Includes plastic carrying case
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The WaterMark water sampler field kit is ideal for water sampling at any depth, zooplankton collections, and secchi disc transparency measurements. This complete field kit includes a 1L vertical bottle sampler and everything else you need for water sampling.
What's Included:
  • (1) Clear polycarbonate 1.0 liter water sampler
  • (1) 200g messenger
  • (1) 20 cm limnological secchi disc
  • (1) Armored thermometer
  • (1) Student plankton net
  • (3) 20.0m nylon cords
  • (1) Plastic carrying case
  • Line reels
  • Instructions
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Watermark Water Sampler Field Kit 77907 Water sampler field kit
$650.21
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