Objective 1: To coordinate and operate multiple autonomous buoyancy ocean vehicles in the northern Gulf of Mexico hypoxic area during summer 2014. Glider Implementation Plan for Hypoxia Monitoring in the Gulf of Mexico
Objective 2: To monitor the offshore bloom of Florida red tide and sorrounding ocean conditions for helping short-term bloom forecasts. More detailGliders:
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