2 thoughts on “The Perfect Salinity

  1. Not a biologist; an engineer. Sea-Bird Electronics, the Bellevue, WA company I joined in 1984, makes oceanographic sensors, especially “CTD” sensors that measure salinity. In the early 90s we were in hot competition with another company. Scientists in Germany compared our sensors to theirs. Observing the results, the top German scientist said “Congratulations. That is Perfect Salinity”. My partners and I designed the sensors. We became the primary world source for equipment of this kind.

    The boat is a Caliber 40LRC. Very steady and comfortable. I am writing this on Perfect Salinity, at anchor in the Canadian Gulf Islands. — Ken

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