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Final Reflections from Teacher at Sea…

Last night we crossed the entire front and took over 14 plankton tows and CTDs , we started about 6:30pm and sampled until around 6am.  It was busy in the lab and on deck, but the data was very cool!! … Continue reading

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Teachers Get Involved

How do they plan to use this Seasor data and is it shared with many different research groups at SIO or only the group who has sponsored it?  I also notice most of your sampling is done at night… is there … Continue reading

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Preliminary questions from teachers…

Ariel Valentino asks:  Since my topic is ocean acidification is it possible to take pH levels in different locations with the MVP? Answer from Dr. Ohman:  Not currently because we don’t have the correct sensors on the MVP. With an instrument … Continue reading

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A Note to all Research Teachers

If you are curious as to what a “front” is the best way to explain it is to visualize an area where two different water masses meet.   The gradient along a “front” is the gradual change between the two different … Continue reading

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