Seagliders 180, 219, 220, 237, 247, and 248 have all been recovered, marking the end of S-MODE IOP-1. Looking forward to round two in the spring!
Posted 28 October 2022
2022 marks another busy fall with Healy (AMOS) July-August, Sikuliaq (AMOS) September-October, and Armstrong (Davis Strait) September-October. When all is said and done we should mark 17 mooring recoveries, 21 mooring deployments, 90 CTD stations, and five glider deployments between the two programs.
Posted 16 September 2022
Seagliders 180, 219, 220, 237, 247, and 248 have all been successfully launched off Santa Cruz to get out ahead of S-MODE’s October ship-based observations.
Posted 24 August 2022
After a few missed re-start due to an oil leak, SG249 is deployed offshore Washington to maintain the long running NANOOS glider timeseries.
Posted 12 July 2022
What a way to mark the end of our 2021 field season - we were treated to a spectacular Aurora to end a great cruise on Sikuliaq. This
trip marked Sikuliaq’s deepest excursion into the pack ice – over 200 nautical miles from the ice edge in a year with an unusually rapid and extensive freeze-up.
Posted 03 November 2021