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Benthic ecology

Biogeochemistry

Canyon processes

Chemical sensors

Greenhouse gases

MARS

Microbial oceanography

Midwater

Molecular ecology

MUSE


Submarine volcanism



 


 

Biological Ocean Group

OSCOPE:
Oceanographic Systems for Chemical, Optical, and Physical Experiments

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Introduction

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Abstract

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Methods and Materials

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Data

The OSCOPE buoy at station PAPA was deployed in early October 1999 and began transmitting data on October 11th 1999.  On November 19th 1999, the anchor chain failed and sent the mooring adrift in a ENE direction.   Some of the top side instruments continued to transmit data, including the surface Nitrate analyzer and the pCO2 instrument (the later ending transmissions on 12/7/99).   The Coast Guard recovered the mooring of the coast of Alaska in early January 2000.
 

      DATA no longer available as of 6/2008
                
(not edited for bad values)

    DELTA PCO2 NITRATE

GRAPHS
since deployment

delta pco2 & temperature
pressure #1 & #2
battery voltage
nitrate #1 & #2
GRAPHS
last 30 days only
delta pco2 & temperature
pressure #1 & #2
battery voltage
nitrate #1 & #2
GRAPHS
last 7 days only
delta pco2 & temperature
pressure #1 & #2
battery voltage
nitrate #1 & #2
TEXT FILES processed data
header info
reference readings
TT-8 error log
data
header info

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      Last Updated: 28 April, 2004