This instrument is designed to have several uses for sediment transport studies, and to measure all crucial parameters in each application.

As a moored self-logging or cable-connected instrument, it measures turbidity (along with fluorescence), current velocity and direction, water level, and wave conditions. It contains both an ISO (international) turbidimeter, and a U.S. style turbidimeter.

As a ship-based instrument, it can be towed to measure turbidity and depth at the same time. Since it contains an EPA style turbidimeter, it is thus intended to be useful for turbidity monitoring as presently required under U.S. law. If in the future the law is changed to allow for moored sensors to be used, as in many other countries, this instrument is already able to take on that role as well.

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