Cyanotoxin Detection and Quantification and Instrumentation Workshop

Participants in this 2001 workshop met to discuss the use of probes, sensors, and other instruments to detect blue-green algal species and toxins. The workshop focused on the needs of the drinking water industry.

In 2001, a team of experts in the use of chemical kits, biosensors, and autonomous instruments to detect algal species and toxins sponsored a workshop to review existing and future applications. Participants in this 2001 workshop included surface water treatment plant operators and Florida Department of Environmental Protection water facilities personnel.

Cyanotoxin Detection and Quantification and Instrumentation Workshop Summary (PDF 1.1 MB)

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