We meet for a science meeting at 6:15 every day.
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The water sampling lab was busy processing the sea water samples for phytoplankton, nutrients and oxygen.
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working with the turbulence profiler. Preparing a CODE drifter, UCTD after dark.
Mathieu watching the CTD as it is lowered. Eva and Andrea in the lab – discussing protocol as they wait for the CTD.
Safety drill on the Pourquoi Pas? A group picture before we leave port.
We are excited to start our upcoming CALYPSO cruise in the Western Mediterranean on March 26, 2019. We will be using 2 research vessels, the French ship, the Pourquoi Pas? and the Spanish research catamaran, Socib.
These 8 gliders, consisting of 6 Spray and 2 Slocum gliders, will be deployed from the Research Catamaran SOCIB. They will measure salinity, temperature and bio-optical properties in the Western Mediterranean as they dive to several hundred meters and resurface.