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  • Departed San Diego on NOAA R/V David Starr Jordan 0800 7 Jan 2008.
  • Returned to San Diego  30 Jan 2008.  
  • Winter/Spring Extended Station Pattern: Lines 93.3 - 60.0 see map below
  • Number of participants: 14 scientists, technicians & volunteers

Proposed station work:

  • 500m Seabird CTD/24 10L bottle rosette cast (depth permitting)
    CTD Sensors Bottle Samples
    • Temperature
    • Conductivity
    • Oxygen
    • Fluorescence
    • Transmissometer                        
    • PAR
    • NO3        
    • Salinity
    • Oxygen
    • Nutrients: Leg 1 only
    • Chlorophyll-a, phaeopigments
    • Primary Productivity, Leg 1 only
    • HPLC, Leg 1 only
    • LTER ancillary sampling, Leg 1 only 
  • 100m Pairovet vertical net tow (coastal stations only - out to sta 70)
  • 210m Bongo net  tow - all stations
  • MANTA neuston net tow - all stations
  • CUFES - continuous underway fish egg system
  • Leg 1: PRPOOS vertical net tow - Lines 80, 90, coastal stas on lines 86.7, 83.3,
  • ADCP - Dr. Teresa K. Chereskin 
  • SCIMS - shipboard continuous integrated measurement system; continuous surface and meterological measurements
  • Leg 1: Daily primary productivity C14-uptake incubation experiments.
  • Leg 1: Bird & marine mammal observations and acoustic recording
  • Leg 1: Ancillary LTER water samples - size fractionations, slides
  • Leg 2: Mid-water Trawls

Contact  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., IOD; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , IOD; 
  Dave Griffith (Chief Scientist), NMFS for additional information or request for  participation.  
  Please check the NOAA David Starr Jordan web site for EXACT cruise dates.

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