Garrett Screen surface sampler
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|A hand-held Monel (nickel-copper alloy) mesh screen in a rigid frame designed to sample the surface film in oceanic waters. The screen is placed horizontally through the water surface then withdrawn from the water (still held horizontally) and drained into a sample bottle. It is used to sample chemical and biological species in the surface film. The Garrett Screen was developed in the 1960s by William Garrett of the US Naval Research Laboratory.
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|British Oceanographic Data Centre, Liverpool
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