Please see this important announcement from Sea-Bird regarding SBE41CP and SBE61 CTDs in certain serial number ranges. There is a ‘do not deploy’ directive for the following: SBE 41CP and SBE41CP Deep: 10482-11252 SBE 61: 5669-5724
Argo submitted a program proposal to the UN Ocean Decade describing the new global, full depth, interdisciplinary Argo array. Click here to read the answers submitted to the Survey Monkey call.
NSF awarded a $53 million grant to five US institutions to produce 500 BGC Argo floats to be deployed world wide over the next five years. Congratulations to MBARI, UW, WHOI, Scripps and Princeton on this major award. To learn more, read the article at Science or the UC San Diego press release.
JCOMMOPS has been re-branded to OceanOPS, complete with a new URL: https://www.ocean-ops.org/board?t=argo Click here to see the press release. To learn more about OceanOPS, read their report card or study their five year strategy. Congratulations OceanOPS!
Argo bibliography, Argo in press, BGC Argo Mission bibliography and Deep Argo Mission bibliography updated. Argo thesis list to be updated soon. Inform firstname.lastname@example.org of changes.
This paper, led by Annie Wong, describes the Argo data stream and its quality control procedures from 1999 – 2019. The changing vertical resolution and spatial coverage is documented along with accuracies of float data as compared to high quality shipboard measurements. The paper carefully documents the main problems with the pressure and salinity sensors and includes information on pred-deployment … Read More
N. Zilberman, D. Roemmich and J. Gilson’s recent article on deep ocean circulation in the Southwest Pacific using Deep Argo data is in the latest Geophysical Research Letters and the front cover is a photo of a Deep SOLO. Zilberman, N. V., Roemmich, D. H., & Gilson, J. (2020). Deep-ocean circulation in the Southwest Pacific Ocean interior: Estimates of the … Read More
Working session on how to import data from Argovis into your programming environment of choice: Friday 26 June at 1 pm MT. The session is free, yet please register here. There are currently several API calls written in Matlab and Python and a couple written in R. To learn more about what is currently available, click here.