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EXPORTS Field Campaign, Spring 2021

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The goal of EXPORTS is to track the fate of ocean carbon and study its implications for Earth's carbon cycle. EXPORTS will use advanced ocean observing tools and satellite observations to build a more complete picture of these complex processes. Understanding the location and characteristics of phytoplankton is key to discovering their role in the ocean ecosystem. This is the second of two field campaigns; the first occurred in the North Pacific in August 2018.
[May-2021] Diverse plankton from surface waters seen under a microscope. It is so concentrated that you don’t ... MORE »
[May-2021] Scientists on the RRS James Cook deploy a sampling rosette. This type of platform allows for the collecti ... MORE »
[May-2021] Scientists aboard the RRS James Cook prepare a test deployment of sediment traps.
[May-2021] Deployment of a Wirewalker from the RRS James Cook. The wirewalker is an autonomous,  rapid, wave-powere ... MORE »
[May-2021] Meg Estapa (University of Maine) on the RRS James Cook successfully recovers the first Neutrally Buoyant ... MORE »
[May-2021] Scientists on the RRS Discovery and RRS James Cook simultaneously perform a one-of-a-kind maneuver to de ... MORE »
[May-2021] The Sarmiento de Gamboa docked in Vigo, Spain before the launch of WHOI’s Dive and Discover Expedit ... MORE »
[May-2021] WHOI scientists and crew board the R/V Sarmiento de Gamboa on April 29 after 14 days in quarantine. ... MORE »
[May-2021] The RRS James Cook docks in Southampton, UK before sailing for the EXPORTS North Atlantic field campaign. ... MORE »
[May-2021] Instruments are loaded onto the R/V Sarmiento de Gamboa in preparation for WHOI’s Dive and Discover ... MORE »
[May-2021] Boat/immersion suit drill onboard the RRS Discovery.
[May-2021] Collin Roesler and Susan Drapeau deploy the HTSRB - also known as the Hester-B or Hyperspectral Tethered ... MORE »