The IAOOS Seaglider Project. A few notes for the OPNet meeting, May 27-28, 2009 prepared by F. Høydalsvik, met.no. Project participants: F. Høydalsvik, C. Mauritzen, C. Lee, J. Gobat, and K.A. Orvik. Ocean Weather Station Mike (OWSM) (10 km range circle).
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A few notes for the OPNet meeting, May 27-28, 2009 prepared by F. Høydalsvik, met.no
Project participants: F. Høydalsvik, C. Mauritzen, C. Lee, J. Gobat, and K.A. Orvik
Red line: Seaglider SG-017 OWSM Section (Summer/Autumn 2008).
Yellow line: Seaglider SG-160. The Svinøy Section. Ongoing, deployed January 24, 2009.
Feb 10 – Mar 7, 2009
Note the very small stratification during winter
SST from satellite data(Jan-Mar 2009, provided by S. Eastwood) & SG-160 tracks. Black, thick line is 4.8°C. The traditional Svinøy Section stops at 64°40’N, 0°E.
Absolute geostrophic velocities/volume transport. (A) From direct integration of thermal wind eqs. (B) Smoothed using a 12-dive running mean. (C) Transport per length unit. Dashed line: Transport from the smoothed field. (D) Max. diving depth / bathymetry