US GO-SHIP is part of the international GO-SHIP network of sustained hydrographic sections, supporting physical oceanography, the carbon cycle, and marine biogeochemistry and ecosystems. The US program is sponsored by US CLIVAR and OCB. Funded by the National Science Foundation and NOAA.

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P6 Leg 2 Complete Sep 30, 2017

Read the final message from the Chief Scientist.

Final week of P06 Leg 2

This morning we arrived Valparaiso, Chile ending Leg 2 of GO-SHIP P06.

A total of 250 CTD stations were occupied, 143 on Leg 1 and 107 on Leg 2, for a successful completion of the section.

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P6 Leg 2 Week #5 Sep 25, 2017

Read the cruise report from leg 2 of P6 week #5, along with continuously updated blog posts.

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Cruise Report Week #4

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P6 Leg 2 Week #4 Sep 17, 2017

Read the cruise report from leg 2 of P6 week #4, along with continuously updated blog posts.

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Cruise Report Week #4

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P6 Leg 2 Week #3 Sep 11, 2017

Read the cruise report from leg 2 of P6 week #3, along with continuously updated blog posts.

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Cruise Report Week #3

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P6 Leg 2 Week #2 Sep 3, 2017

Read the cruise report from leg 2 of P6 week #2, along with continuously updated blog posts.

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Cruise Report Week #2

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P6 Leg 2 Week #1 Aug 26, 2017

Read the first cruise report from leg 2 of P6, along with continuously updated blog posts.

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Cruise Report Week #1

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Sail With Us to the Indian Ocean (I7N)! Aug 22, 2017

Greetings,

We are looking for students to participate in a hydrographic cruise (~43 days duration) in February-March 2018 in the western Indian Ocean on the NOAA ship Ronald H. Brown, as part of US GO-SHIP. The US GO-SHIP program collects data for global CO2 and climate variability programs.

The website is https://usgoship.ucsd.edu.

Deadline for applications (see below for details): September 22, 2017

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Sail With Us to the Southern Ocean (S4P)! Aug 20, 2017

Greetings,

We are looking for students to participate in a hydrographic long-line cruise (67 days) in early 2018 in the South Pacific on the RVIB N.B. Palmer of the US Antarctic Program (USAP). The US GO-SHIP program collects data for global CO2 and climate variability programs.

The website is https://usgoship.ucsd.edu.

Deadline for applications (see below for details): September 22, 2017

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P6 Weeks #5 And #6 Cruise Reports Aug 15, 2017

Read the week #5 and week #6 cruise reports from P6, along with continuously updated blog posts. This is the final cruise report of leg 1 as the ship heads into Tahiti.

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Cruise Report Week #6
Cruise Report Week #5
Cruise Report Week #4
Cruise Report Week #3
Cruise Report Week #2
Cruise Report Week #1

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P6 Week #4 Cruise Report Aug 1, 2017

Check out the newest cruise report from P6, along with continuously updated blog posts. In this report the crew deployed the first SOCCOM float of leg 1, and you will be surprised at what it is measuring!

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Cruise Report Week #4
Cruise Report Week #3
Cruise Report Week #2
Cruise Report Week #1

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