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Project: CalCOFI 1611SR (UNOLS SR1608)
Summary:  CalCOFI 1611SR sailed from SIO's Nimitz Marine Facility San Diego Nov 06 2016 at 0800PST and returned as scheduled 0800 Nov 22 2016. Offloading started upon arrival to San Diego. 75 of 75 scheduled stations (66 standard and 9 SCCOOS stations) were successfully occupied. Please refer to the preliminary data plots web page and data links below for preliminary data.
The typical 75-station summer station pattern was scheduled but due to high winds and rough seas on Line 83, we worked along the coast before heading to Line 80. During this time, all net tows on stations 80.70, 80.60, 80.55, and 80.51 (Manta only) were cancelled. CTD-rosette casts were done only because the RV Sally Ride's LARS system could safely deploy and recover the rosette. On any other ship, we would have cancelled all operations due to near-gale force winds and rough seas. After completing station 77.49, we were able to recover net tows (Bongo, Pairover, Manta) on stations 80.60 & 80.55. So all net tows on sta 80.70 were missed and the Manta tow on sta 80.51.
Data files/links: 1611SR Raw CTD Cast Files; Prelim. CTD+Bottle Data Files; Prelim. Horizontal Contour Plots
Cruise Dates:  Depart 0800 06 Nov, Return 0800 22 Nov 2016 (Sun-Tue)
Load Dates: 03 - 05 Nov 2016 (Thu-Sat) at Nimitz Marine Facility (MarFac) San Diego
Offload Date: 22 Nov 2016 (Tue); upon arrival to MarFac
Ship: SIO R/V Sally Ride
Station plan: 75 Standard (66 CalCOFI + 9 SCCOOS); Predicted Sta Schedule; Cruise Instructions
Cruise Forms:  Ship Scheduling User Portal; Please login and fill out the mandatory participants forms
Cruise Map: 75 Stations
   
Contacts: James Wilkinson, Chief Scientist, SIO-IOD
  Dave Griffith, NMFS (Fisheries Technical Coordinator); Bryan Overcash, NMFS, Cruise leader
Participants: Wilkinson, James R. (Chief Scientist) Information Systems Analyst, SIO
  Checkley, David Researcher, SIO
  Dovel, Shonna Staff Research Associate, SIO
  Gardner, Emily Fishery Biologist, NMFS
  Goericke, Ralf Researcher, SIO
  Kelly, Thomas Grad Student, FSU
  Manion, Sue Fishery Biologist, NMFS
  Miller, Melissa Staff Research Associate, SIO
  Overcash, Bryan Fishery Biologist, NMFS
  Roadman, Megan Staff Research Associate, SIO
  Rodgers-Wolgast, Jennifer Staff Research Associate, SIO
  Schuller, Daniel (Nutrient Chemist) Staff Research Associate, SIO
  Vasquez, Lanora Fishery Biologist, NMFS
  Wolgast, David M. Staff Research Associate, SIO
  Benner, Joel Volunteer, SIO
  Casares, Hanna Volunteer, SIO
  Dahl, Cassandra Volunteer, SIO
  Reshef, Eadoh Acoustic Technician, SIO
Marine Mammal Observers:   Whittaker, Katherine Staff Research Associate, SIO
  Debich, Amanda Staff Research Associate, SIO
Bird Observer:  None Bird Observer
     
Proposed station work: Seabird CTD / 24 bottle rosette cast (500m depth permitting)
  CTD Sensors: Bottle Samples:
  Temperature (2 x SBE3+) Salinity
  Conductivity (2 x SBE4) Oxygen
  Oxygen (2 x SBE43; 1 x RINKO III) Nutrients
  Fluorescence (Seapoint) Primary Productivity
  Transmissomter (Wetlabs 0.25cm) Chlorophyll-a
  PAR (Biospherical) Phaeopigments
  pH (SBE18) HPLC
  ISUS Nitrate DIC/pH
  Altimeter LTER ancillary
    Domoic Acid
    NCOG
    Th-234
  Nets:
  CalBOBL(Bongo) net, 210m - all stations
  MANTA neuston net, surface tow - all stations
  PRPOOS vertical net, lines 80 & 90, 86.7 & 83.3 coastal only
  Pairovet vertical net, 70m (coastal stations out to 70)
   
  Supplementary Data:
  ADCP, Jules (Julia M.) Hummon
  MET, Underway continuous surface and meterological measurements
  Primary Productivity, Daily C14-uptake incubations
  Ancillary LTER , Plankton abundance, biomass, Chl a size fractionations, POC, DOC
  ALF, Advanced Laser Fluorometrics: typical flow-thru & add'l discrete samples (Goericke)
  DIC, Dr Andrew Dickson
  Cetaceans and Avifauna, Visual and Acoustic Surveys
  pCO2/pH, Dr Todd Martz
  234Th Measurements, Dr Mike Stukel, Tom Kelly

 

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