Argo robots are free roaming ocean adventurers

Frontiers for Young Minds just published a fun article explaining Argo to the kid in all of us.  Thanks to Blair Greenan, Annie Wong, Tammy Morris, Emily Smith and Marine Bollard for helping people of all ages understand how Argo floats work, what they can tell us and why that matters.  Click here to read the article.

Earth Reporters: Sea Change

Susan Wijffels talks about understanding the climate In a radio segment on Earth Reporters, Dr. Susan Wijffels discusses Argo data and how it helps us understand the climate.

Argo in NY Times 2020

Argo records warming ocean temperatures A January 2020 NY Times article covers the release of a report on ocean warming which uses Argo data to show that the last five years have been the warmest oceans on record.

Argo in Seattle Times

Paul G. Allen Philanthropies to help fund Deep Argo array A Seattle Times article from September 2017 highlights the agreement between NOAA and the Paul G. Allen Philanthropies to help fund the Deep Argo array.  The $4 million grant will fund a Deep Argo pilot array in the Brazil basin.

Argo in NY Times

NY Times calls Argo, “one of the scientific triumphs of our times” The April 2014 NY Times article covers prototype deployments of Deep Argo SOLO-II floats on a R/V Tangaroa cruise off the coast of New Zealand and how measurements from Argo floats can help to better understand and predict climate change.