Weekly Update 1
March 16, 2020 Greetings, We are looking for scientists with experience in physical and/or biogeochemical hydrography and in oceanographic expedition organization who would be interested in participating as Chief Scientist on the GO-SHIP (https://usgoship.ucsd.edu and http://www.go-ship.org) decadal re-occupation of the hydrographic section I05 in the Indian Ocean from November 2020 through December 2020 . Preferred candidates will have extensive previous …
NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL) in Seattle WA is seeking a Research Oceanographer to serve as a principal investigator in the Global Ocean Ship-based Hydrographic Investigations Program (GO-SHIP). The primary responsibilities of the incumbent will be managing the physical oceanographic portion of the NOAA/PMEL GO-SHIP program, ensuring high-quality CTD/O2 measurements on NOAA GO-SHIP cruises, serving as chief or …
Greetings, We are looking for students (for CTD/deck operations, CFCs analysis and LADCP operations) and early career scientists (role of Co-Chief Scientist) to participate in a hydrographic long-line cruise (6 weeks) in mid March – late April/early May, 2020, in the Atlantic Ocean on the NOAA ship Ron Brown, as part of the US GO-SHIP program. Deadline for students applications …
Read the last cruise report (#3) from I06S!! Blog site
Read the second cruise report from I06S. The crew continues to collect data and deploy autonomous sensors despite weather and time constraints. See some illustrative images of the voyage inside. Blog site
Read the first weekly cruise report from I06S. Engine trouble sent the crew back to port, but thankfully the cruise is now underway! Read on to learn how it played out. Blog site
Link to blog site Link to cruise information: you can even order a t-shirt!