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I want to examine the response of the rate of growth of phytoplankton in water to different environmental parameters. I need an inexpensive way to measure the concentration of blue green algae in water samples. I can't destroy the water samples (or much of it) to make the measurement. Is there an inexpensive spectrometer or other instrument that makes such a measurement, and where can I get one (or use one)? Thank you.
Re: How can I measure phytoplankton concentration in water?
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