Dissolved oxygen’s effect on ecosystems

Dissolved oxygen (DO) is a measure of the amount of oxygen dissolved in water. It can be caused by a process of aeration of water flowing through rapids or falls, a byproduct of photosynthesis and the atmosphere. Monitoring DO levels in water may be more important than you think. From dead fish washing up on the shores of Singapore, to historically low levels of brown shrimp, DO is having an adverse effect on ecosystems all over the world.

Head to LinkedIn to read our exclusive article about DO, the effects it is having worldwide, and just why it is so important to monitor.

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