GLIDER Science contours

SIO SPRAY Glider just below the sea surface The SPRAY Glider is an ocean observing automonous underwater vehicle developed with the support of the Office of Naval Research by Scripps scientists and engineers. See the SIO IDG Spray webpage for details.  The transects below were taken along CalCOFI Line 67, beginning in 2007 and continuing to the present day.  The Line 67 effort is a collaboration between Scripps and MBARI and is funded by the State of California and NOAA.

Below you will find depth contours for temperature, salinity, and fluorescence as well as transect maps.  

Map of Calcofi Line 67 stations, from Moss Landing CA to approximately 400km offshore.

Last updated: Oct. 17, 2013

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