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Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System (website)

logo-blacktext-smSCCOOS brings together coastal observations in the Southern California Bight to provide information necessary to address issues in climate change, ecosystem preservation and management, coastal water quality, maritime operations, coastal hazards and national security.

In 2004, CalCOFI added 9 SCCOOS stations to the standard 66 station pattern. Stations are typically positioned on the 20m isobath. On each station, a CTD Rosette is deployed measuring temperature, salinity, oxygen, fluorescence, transmittance, nitrate and PAR. CTD-rosette 10L bottles are closed at 5m depth intervals (~4: 1, 5, 10, 15) isolating seawater for analysis of salinity, dissolved oxygen, chlorophyll-a, and nutrients. Data for these measurements can be found in individual hydrographic data reports starting in 2004. HPLC, POM, TOC and Size Fractionation are also measured at these stations by our CCE-LTER affiliate. These data are located on the Ocean Informatics DataZoo website. A Bongo net is also towed at every SCCOOS station and zooplankton displacement volumes are reported in the data reports.

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Lat deg

Lat mins

Lon deg

Lon mins

Lon Dec

Lat Dec   SCCOOS Stations
93.4 26.4 32 57.264 117 16.766 117.279 32.954
91.7 26.4 33 14.755 117 27.754 117.463 33.246
90.0 27.7 33 29.678 117 44.831 117.747 33.495
88.5 30.1 33 40.37 118 5.658 118.094 33.673
86.8 32.5 33 53.4 118 26.5 118.442 33.89
85.4 35.8 34 0.8 118 49.9 118.832 34.013
83.3 39.4 34 15.534 119 19.446 119.324 34.259
81.7 43.5 34 24.5 119 48.09 119.801 34.408
80.0 50.5 34 27.724 120 29.061 120.484 34.462

 

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