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Oceanography for Everyone – Help us build a CTD!

marine science, Natural Science, oceanography, Science, The Open CTD ProjectMay 31, 2013

Head over to our Rockethub Page for more information! Conductivity, temperature, and depth (CTD). With these three measurements, marine scientists can unlock ocean patterns hidden beneath the waves. The ocean is not uniform, it its filled with swirling eddies, temperature boundaries, layers of high and low salinity, changing densities, and many other physical characteristics. To […]

Second to last day of experiments

biology, ecology, Life in the Lab, marine science, Natural Science, ScienceMay 31, 2010

At this point we’re running on autopilot a bit.  As one of the Georgia students pointed out earlier today, we’ve become incredibly efficient at the protocols, just in time to start heading home tomorrow. People have also had time to start analyzing their data from the first round of experiments.  Interestingly, the phytoplankton community has […]

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