Glider measurements of phytoplankton physiology in penguin foraging zones along the Western Antarctic Peninsula

@article{Haskins2015GliderMO,
  title={Glider measurements of phytoplankton physiology in penguin foraging zones along the Western Antarctic Peninsula},
  author={Christina Haskins and Oscar Schofield},
  journal={OCEANS 2015 - MTS/IEEE Washington},
  year={2015},
  pages={1-4}
}
Slocum Gliders have proven their usefulness in providing large volumes of high definition data but for the first time we were able to couple that with a FIRe system and look at the efficiency rates of phytoplankton in a hard to sample region of the world. The FIRe equipped glider allowed for high spatial and temporal resolution of physiological data vs. discrete samples taken with the traditional Go-Flo/Niskan bottle method and/or continuous flow through surface sampling via ships. We have… CONTINUE READING

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