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Manual for Quality Control of Temperature and Salinity Data Observations from Gliders. Version 1.0.
(U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service, Integrated Ocean Observing System, U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System, Glider Data Assembly Center, Silver Spring, MD, 2016)
This manual describes the tests required to ensure the quality control (QC) of real-time data collected by sensors attached to profiling gliders. Profiling gliders are self-propelled (buoyancy driven), autonomous underwater ...
2017 U.S. Underwater Glider Workshop Report, January 18-19, 2017
(Interagency Ocean Observation Committee, Washington, DC, 2017)
Autonomous underwater gliders provide an advanced and cost-effective mechanism for collecting essential oceanographic data at spatial and temporal scales that help the United States achieve critical research and operational ...
8th EGO Meeting & International Glider Workshop Meeting Summary.
(U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System, Siver Spring, MD, 2019)
The goal of the 8th EGO Meeting and International Glider Workshop, held May 21-23, 2019, was to strengthen international collaboration through community dialogue, exchanges of information, sharing of experiences, and ...
Using Optical Sensors on Gliders to Estimate Phytoplankton Carbon Concentrations and Chlorophyll-to-Carbon Ratios in the Southern Ocean.
One approach to deriving phytoplankton carbon biomass estimates (Cphyto) at appropriate scales is through optical products. This study uses a high-resolution glider data set in the Sub-Antarctic Zone (SAZ) of the Southern ...