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  1. Nice article, Chris, about a wonderful, new technology. There is actually a new device designed to perform the same work – the IFCB (imaging flow cytobot – Google it) unit that identifies and enumerates up to 1 million cells per day and transmits the data from the buoy supporting the device to shore. Regarding potential deleterious effects of Heterosigma on nearby salmon populations, please check out our paper, accessible at:

    https://www.sfu.ca/cstudies/science/resources/1288805500.pdf

    Keep on blogging/writing about the PNW!

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