Deep SOLO covers the latest GRL edition

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.

Deep SOLO float ascending back to the surface. This Deep Argo float model is capable of providing temperature and salinity profiles from the sea surface to 6,000 m, and trajectory-based velocity at parking depth every 10 days. See also Zilberman et al. (e2020GL088342; 10.1029/2020GL088342). Photo credit: Instrument Development Group at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Used with permission from Wiley

Zilberman, N. V., Roemmich, D. H., & Gilson, J. (2020). Deep-ocean circulation in the Southwest Pacific Ocean interior: Estimates of the mean flow and variability using Deep Argo data. Geophysical Research Letters, 47(13), e2020GL088342. doi: 10.1029/2020GL088342