Updated May 6, 2020
As national and local responses to COVID-19 continue to evolve, we remain committed to our associates’ safety, to you, and to your work and are here to partner with you during this challenging time. We are still here for you – the phones are open and we are responding to emails. In accordance with the COVID-19 Safe Start Washington Program, our Bellevue, WA site is temporarily closed for non-essential business through May 31, 2020. We plan to reopen on June 1, 2020 as a part of Phase II of Washington State’s order but will continue to reevaluate the situation in line with the guidelines provided by local health officials, and recognize these dates are subject to change. During this time we continue to work on essential orders and partner with large international programs, like ARGO. Our Philomath, OR site will remain open at this time, in accordance with Oregon’s guidelines. Associates from both sites who are able to work from home will continue to do so in support of the oceanographic community. We ask that you refrain from submitting RMAs to our Bellevue facility and recommend you contact customer support with questions about any existing service orders at 425-643-9866 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are concerned about an existing order or believe your order qualifies as essential under the Washington State guidelines, please contact email@example.com.
For more information, please visit our COVID-19 Updates page. We will continue to update our website as things change during this dynamic time. Thank you for your continued support.
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Sea-Bird Scientific is the world's largest developer and manufacturer of products for the measurement of salinity, temperature, pressure, dissolved oxygen, fluorescence, nutrients and related parameters for oceanographic research and environmental water quality monitoring in natural waters. These tools are used around the world by ocean researchers, resource managers, and key industries engaged in offshore exploration and ocean resource utilization.
Monitoring of the ocean response to climatic and anthropogenic forcing is critical to understanding the impacts on the global carbon cycle and its ecosystems’ responses. Fundamental changes...
One of the most intense areas of study in all of Earth Sciences is carbon cycling because of its potential influence in global warming and climate change. Natural waters contain large reservoirs of...
Freshwater monitoring efforts focus on determining climate impacts and long-term drivers of hydrology. CDOM, turbidity, carbon sediments, and nutrients...