448 datasets found

Organizations: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Tags: eastward_sea_water_velocity longitude sea_water_practical_salinity status_flag

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  • cp_387-20150111T1716

    The Pioneer Array is located off the coast of New England, south of Martha's Vineyard. The Continental Shelf-Slope area off the New England coast is a highly productive area and...
  • cp_374-20160529T0035

    The Pioneer Array is located off the coast of New England, south of Martha's Vineyard. The Continental Shelf-Slope area off the New England coast is a highly productive area and...
  • roxy-20160914T2055

    Ocean Observing Applications in the Gulf of Mexico to Improve Loop Current and Hurricane Predictions
  • ce_326-20170517T2018

    The Endurance Array is a multi-scaled array utilizing fixed and mobile assets to observe cross-shelf and along-shelf variability in the coastal upwelling region of the Oregon...
  • cp_380-20180126T0000

    The Pioneer Array is located off the coast of New England, south of Martha's Vineyard. The Continental Shelf-Slope area off the New England coast is a highly productive area and...
  • Murphy-20150809T1355Z

    This deployment is focused on collecting data for input into NRL"s HYCOM and other models to provide observations to better understand the circulation of the loop current and...
  • unit_092-20100830T2257

    Slocum glider dataset gathered as part of the CMOP observatory SATURN, funded by NOAA and NSF. Glider operations have historically been seasonal (April-September), driven in...
  • unit_092-20110620T1657

    Slocum glider dataset gathered as part of the CMOP observatory SATURN, funded by NOAA and NSF. Glider operations have historically been seasonal (April-September), driven in...
  • ud_134-20170825T1533

    The goal of this project is to test and deploy a new WetLabs optical sensor on a Slocum glider. The name and type of the sensor are currently classified. The glider will be...
  • cp_336-20161011T0027

    The Pioneer Array is located off the coast of New England, south of Martha's Vineyard. The Continental Shelf-Slope area off the New England coast is a highly productive area and...
  • ru31-20160113T1728

    Glider deployed as part of the CONsortium for oil spill exposure pathways in COastal River-Dominated Ecosystems (CONCORDE). The goal of the project is to use a combination of...
  • ramses-20160909T2028

    UNC Ramses Glider deployment in the North Atlantic Ocean
  • ce_320-20141007T0114

    The Endurance Array is a multi-scaled array utilizing fixed and mobile assets to observe cross-shelf and along-shelf variability in the coastal upwelling region of the Oregon...
  • ce_320-20141007T0114

    The Endurance Array is a multi-scaled array utilizing fixed and mobile assets to observe cross-shelf and along-shelf variability in the coastal upwelling region of the Oregon...
  • ce_326-20170106T2101

    The Endurance Array is a multi-scaled array utilizing fixed and mobile assets to observe cross-shelf and along-shelf variability in the coastal upwelling region of the Oregon...
  • ce_384-20170420T0137

    The Endurance Array is a multi-scaled array utilizing fixed and mobile assets to observe cross-shelf and along-shelf variability in the coastal upwelling region of the Oregon...
  • ce_247-20160928T2157

    The Endurance Array is a multi-scaled array utilizing fixed and mobile assets to observe cross-shelf and along-shelf variability in the coastal upwelling region of the Oregon...
  • ru25d-20171222T1251

    The purpose of this glider mission is to take cross sections of temperature and salinity in the continental shelf near Palmer Station south to Rothera Station, mapping the...
  • cp_380-20161011T2046

    The Pioneer Array is located off the coast of New England, south of Martha's Vineyard. The Continental Shelf-Slope area off the New England coast is a highly productive area and...
  • salacia-20160919T2028

    NCSU Salacia Glider deployment in the North Atlantic Ocean
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