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Q&A: Regular Spikes in Salinity

Q&A: Regular Spikes in Salinity

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?

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Tech Tip: Julian Days Format

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...

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Announcing the NEW SBS 83 In-Air Oxygen Sensor

We are so excited to announce the launch of our SBS 83 Optical Oxygen Sensor, which is set to become the standard for Navis floats as part of the GO-BGC program, which is meant to build a network of chemical and biological sensors to monitor global ocean health. This...

The Oceanography Society Early Career Awards Ceremony 2022

Watch the Awards Ceremony The Virtual Awards Ceremony took place on Thursday, October 27th.  _______________________________________________________________ We are excited to announce Sea-Bird Scientific is hosting a virtual Awards Ceremony in collaboration with one...

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