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November 2023 Newsletter

Sea-Bird University 2023

Come See Us at AGU in San Francisco!

Sea-Bird Scientific is excited to exhibit at the upcoming AGU Fall Meeting taking place in San Francisco, California, from December 11 – 15, 2023. Please come see members of our team at booth #604 to get answers to your oceanographic questions, the latest in Sea-Bird Scientific innovation, and more.

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We're now part of Veralto

Image courtesy of Caladan Oceanic

Partnering with Triton Submarines for Deep Sea Exploration

We were excited to be featured in ECO magazine’s latest digital edition of their Deep-Sea Exploration series.

In the spring of 2018, Triton Submarines reached out to the team at Sea-Bird Scientific to discuss collaboration on an upcoming project involving a manned submersible. Through this partnership, Sea-Bird Scientific alongside Triton and other leaders in oceanographic science enabled a manned submersible to reach the five deepest points of our oceans; which ultimately led to the breaking of numerous world records in what was called the Five Deeps Expedition. We’re grateful for the team at Triton Submarines for the opportunity to be part of this program.

Read about the partnership

 

Upcoming Events & Conferences

2023

December 11 – 15 | AGU Meeting Fall 2023
San Francisco, CA, USA

2024

February 18 – 23 | Ocean Sciences Meeting 2024
New Orleans, LA, USA

March 12 – 14 | Oceanology International 2024
London, UK

May 20 – 23 | MTS Buoy Workshop
Sequim, WA

September 23 – 26 | OCEANS Conference
Halifax, NS, CA

October 6 – 11 | Ocean Optics XXVI
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain

View all events

 

FAQ of the Month: Why and how should I align data from a 911plus CTD?

The T-C Duct on a 911plus imposes a fixed delay (lag time) between the temperature measurement and the conductivity measurement reported in a given data scan. The delay is due to the time it takes for water to transit from the thermistor to the conductivity cell, and is determined by flow rate (pump rate). The average flow rate for a 9plus is about 30 ml/sec. The Deck Unit (11plus) automatically advances conductivity (moves it forward in time relative to temperature) on the fly by a user-programmable amount (default value of 0.073 seconds), before the data is logged on your computer.

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Featured Training: Ocean Optics 101

In this training, Dr. Eric Rehm, Senior Optical Oceanographer at Sea-Bird Scientific, introduces you to the basics of ocean optics (a + b = c) and the various sensors that SBS has designed to provide this window into the rich environment that covers 70% of our planet.

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Sea-Bird Scientific Job Board

See what opportunities await you at Sea-Bird Scientific with our latest job postings:

Customer Support Scientist – Physical Oceanography

Service Engineer I

See current openings

 

The Latest Wave in Ocean News

The anatomy of ice photo essay (WHOI)

Where does all of the carbon go? (WHOI)

How does the ocean warming affect fisheries? (WHOI)

Featured Posts

Oceanology International 2024

We hope to see you at #Oi24 We are excited to return to Oceanology International 2024 again in London, UK from March 12-14. Overview Oceanology International brings together 500+ exhibitors in the only event that links the three key players in the industry:...

Ocean Sciences Meeting 2024

We hope to see you at #OSM24 We are excited to return to Ocean Sciences Meeting 2024 in New Orleans, Louisiana from February 18-23 at booth number #527. Overview The Ocean Sciences Meeting 2024 is co-sponsored by the American Geophysical Union, the Association for the...

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