The following animations, clips and movies all pertain to Argo and many of them are available on the Argo YouTube Channel (argoproject).
When available, direct links to high resolution video and more information about the video are provided.
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Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants video for 8 – 13 year old young minds featuring Argo floats and how they help us monitor the ocean.

Deep Sea Robotic Ocean Exploration with Annie Wong


Scripps Institution of Oceanography animation featuring Argo floats helping us monitor the warming of the ocean.

How much is the ocean heating up?


SOCCOM video demonstarting how BGC Argo floats help scientists understand the oxygen seasonal cycle and the ocean’s ability to soak up excess carbon dioxide.

Ocean’s breath: Autonomous robotic floats measure seasonal cycles in the ocean

CBS Sunday Morning program features Argo floats when exploring the role of the ocean in absorbing heat from greenhouse gases.

Title: Oceans Give, Oceans Take: their role in climate change

Presentation by Sarah Purkey as part of the US CLIVAR POS Panel

Title:  Deep Argo: Expanding Argo to the Full Ocean Depth

Sarah Purkey explaining how an Argo float works in the Scripps Institution of Oceanography’s Instrument Development Group Lab

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Deep Argo by Ocean Today

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Regular and Deep Argo Floats from LEARNZ on Vimeo.

Link to high resolution video (500 MB)

Building a deep argo float – an example of technological practice from LEARNZ on Vimeo.

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Taking the Ocean’s Temperature by Ocean Today

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Also available in Spanish

Earth Reporter Dr. Susan Wijffels, discuss the Argo Program
Synopsis and direct access to 30 minute episode
Scripps Institution of Oceanography video on the Argo array and why it is important

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