Dr Andrew Morris

Ocean Technology and Engineering
+44 (0)23 8059 6224

I work in the Multidisciplinary Research team within the Ocean Technology and Engineering Group at the NOC.

I principally work on OTE's miniature conductivity, temperature and dissolved oxygen (CTDO) sensors that are being developed between the NOC and the Electronics and Computer Sciences group at the University of Southampton. My role requires the testing and characterisation of these sensors but also liasing with fabrication and electronic specialists to deliver an ever more capable package.

It is likely that the the small size, low power requirements and capability relative to their size would make the CTDO sensors attractive to a wide range of studies.




Carella, G.; Morris, A.K.R.; Pascal, R.W.; Yelland, M.J.; Berry, D.I.; Morak-Bozzo, S.; Merchant, C.J.; Kent, E.. 2017 Measurements and models of the temperature change of water samples in Sea Surface Temperature buckets. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 143 (706). 2198-2209.10.1002/qj.3078
McQuillan, Jonathan S.; Morris, Andrew K.; Arundell, Martin; Pascal, Robin; Mowlem, Matthew C.. 2017 The anti-bacterial effect of an electrochemical anti-fouling method intended for the protection of miniaturised oceanographic sensors. Journal of Microbiological Methods, 141. 63-66.10.1016/j.mimet.2017.08.006