This salinity profile was from an arctic deployment in rough seas. At a certain point, we see regular salinity spikes of about ± .01 psu in the upcast data. Can you determine what caused this?
SBE Data Processing
Q&A: Identifying Data Types
Can you correctly label the 4 plots? Hint: this area is subject to periods of eutrophication during the late summer/early fall.
Q&A: Negative Oxygen Values
Dissolved oxygen should not be negative. Can you determine the error that created the unusual oxygen profile above?
Tech Tip: Julian Days Format
Tech Tip: Julian Days Format “Julian Days” is a numerical timestamp format, calculated by Sea-Bird Scientific CTDs as the number of the days since Jan 1 of that year (e.g., noon on Feb 3 = 34.5). While this format is useful, it is usually more convenient to display...
Scripps Technical Forum | AC-S: The Telescope Into the Rainbow of Ocean Life
Scripps Technical Forum Time: Thursday, April 06, 2023 | 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Location: Hydraulics Lab Mezzanine Sea-Bird Scientific is grateful for the opportunity to present at a Technical Forum to the Scripps Institute of Oceanography community. In this session,...
February 2023 Newsletter
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Announcing the NEW LED AC-S
We are more than ecstatic to announce the release of the NEW LED AC-S Spectral Absorption and Attenuation Sensor. It is the first of its kind, and a standalone transmissometer in the market. The AC-S provides in-situ optical data of beam transmission and absorption...