P18 Cruise report #-1: Port Repairs

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Prepared by Brendan Carter The first leg of the P18 GO-SHIP project was scheduled to begin Monday Nov. 7th, so I owe an update. However, is being saved for the day we depart from San Diego, CA for the first station on the P18 line at 110°W. Hence the delay of our start date owes to lingering mechanical issues on …

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I09N 2016 Weekly Report 5

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From Leticia Barbero and Carmen Rodreguez **(Co-Chief Scientists) Mission accomplished! We are happy to report that we have now completed all of our science objectives and then some! We finished our last station on Sunday afternoon at 19:50. We are now in transit to Phuket, Thailand, where we expect to arrive on Thursday April 28th at 08:00 am local time. …

I09N 2016 Weekly Report 4

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From Leticia Barbero and Carmen Rodreguez **(Co-Chief Scientists) Ahoy land-dwellers! Greetings from the Bay of Bengal. We have now left behind the Equatorial region of the Indian Ocean and have finished an intense sampling scheme between 3S andn3N, with stations spaced just 20 nm apart instead of the average 30nm. We completed 20 stations in just 6 degrees of latitude. …

I09N 2016 Weekly Report 3

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From Leticia Barbero and Carmen Rodreguez **(Co-Chief Scientists) Ahoy land-dwellers! This week started off with an issue around the carousel of the rosette. The carousel is the mechanism that triggers the closing of bottles (bottle tripping) in the rosette (see pic below). On a couple of stations, problems with communication in the rosette prevented the surface bottle from tripping. It …

I09N 2016 Weekly Report 2

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From Leticia Barbero and Carmen Rodreguez **(Co-Chief Scientists) Ahoy land-dwellers! Week 2 of our I09N cruise seems to have flown by as we have settled into our routine of 3-4 stations per day. The weather has been fantastic and we have been working under calm seas. We can definitely tell that we have entered tropical waters now. The temperatures at …

I09N 2016 Weekly Report 1

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From Leticia Barbero and Carmen Rodreguez **(Co-Chief Scientists) Ahoy land-dwellers! The third occupation of the Global Ocean Ship-Based Hydrographic Investigation Program (GO-SHIP) I09N line (“I” for Indian Ocean) is underway and has just completed its first week. During the next 5 weeks we will occupy over 100 stations, closelyfollowing the station planning of the last two I09N cruises. Most of …

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