Projects in Progress
IOP takes part in a variety of outreach events, and I am collecting video of seagliders both in the lab and in the field for use in presentations and as part of an online outreach effort. This is the first video I posted online. (Look for the logs rolling by in the waves.)
AESOP '06. My second year presentation was on mixing and restratifcation events observed with the Triaxus towed profiler that looped around a Lagrangian Float deployed in a front near Monterey Bay.
Ocean Optics 2007: University of Maine summer course. Ivona Cetinic and Kate Randolph, Sarah Woods and I presented posters on behalf of the class of the data we collected in the Damariscotta River at Ocean Optics XIX (2008).
NAB '08. I was at sea in the spring of 2008, studying the mesoscale physics, biological and optical properties of the North Atlantic Spring Bloom using the seagliders in conjunction with lagrangian floats. We used a web-based "Collaboratory" to document the 4 cruises (Deployment, Process, Rescue and Recovery); it is now an archive that can be browsed here. My blog entries during the cruise were cross-posted to my LiveJournal (April 6 - June 24).