Check out the Reuters video for Earth Day that starts out with a (fun!) video by Andrew Collins (NOAA/PMEL) of the first GO-BGC float deployment on the US GO-SHIP A20 cruise on the R/V TG Thompson. For the video click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrO18unHCk4 For the full story click here: https://www.reuters.com/business/environment/robots-fan-out-across-worlds-oceans-monitor-their-health-2021-04-21/
The US GO-SHIP A22 cruise departed on April 20, 2021 from the US Virgin Islands, on the R/V TG Thompson. Crew and scientists are now transiting to their first station and first Argo deployment! Follow the journey led by Chief Scientist Viviane Menezes (WHOI) and co-Chief Scientist Jesse Anderson (WHOI) on the cruise blog! Location of R/V Thompson on April …
“This is the final update for the 2021 occupation of A20. The last week continued to run smoothly and we completed the final station (90) at 01:17 on April 13th UTC…” Read about the third week on board of the R/V TG Thompson here.
”This last week has been one of pleasant routine..” Read about the third week on board of the R/V TG Thompson here.
”The last week has been a busy one. We completed..” Read about the second week on board of the R/V TG Thompson here.
”In 2021 embarking on an oceanographic voyage has unique challenges..” Read about the first week on board of the R/V TG Thompson here.
After 2 weeks of pre-boarding isolation, at 01:39 PM Eastern Time the R/V TG Thompson has departed and it’s now on its way to the test station. From the Chief Scientist, Ryan Woosley: “The weather was quite cold and windy. The seas are calm so far, but will likely pick up in a couple of days..” Follow their journey on …
US GO-SHIP A20 team is ready to begin its voyage onboard of the R/V TG Thompson. Follow the journey on the cruise blog!
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