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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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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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