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Webinar: Gearing Up for Fieldwork - Top Tips from YSI EXO and ProDSS Experts September 30th, 1pm NZ time
September 30th, 1pm NZ time
Our YSI (a Xylem brand) experts are here to make sure you get the most out of your equipment during field season. While every application and deployment is different, we’ve found there are a few common tips you can use to be prepared every time you take your EXO multiparameter sonde or ProDSS handheld water quality monitoring instrument into the field.
Note that we will be recording so if the webinar time is not convenient for you, please register and we will share a link to the recording with you.
The following topics will be covered:
- Tips on selecting the right equipment
- Guidelines for instrument care, inspection, and preparation
- Best-practices for calibration
- and other fieldwork necessities!
This is a great opportunity to hear from YSI product experts and get your questions answered.
You won't want to miss it!
Meet the Presenters
Outdoor Water Monitoring Specialist
Kerry Caslow joined YSI in 2018 in an application specialist role. At YSI, she collaborates with our R&D teams to field-test all new technological developments in water quality. Also, she regularly assists customers with technical support and data collection questions.
Before working at YSI, Kerry spent nearly nine years with the United States Geological Survey, supporting their urban hydrology program. She has a B.S. in Earth & Atmospheric Sciences from Georgia Institute of Technology, with a focus on environmental science.
Applications Specialist, Customer Support
Curt Butler joined YSI in 2006 in an application specialist role. He provides hands-on technical and application support to some of the world's top researchers, helping them collect the highest quality data from their monitoring programs.
Before working at YSI, Curt owned and operated an electronics repair company, where he gained an appreciation and understanding for how technical instruments work. He has a B.S. in Business and Marketing from Wright State University.