Coastal Ocean Research and Monitoring Program
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AUV Glider
The glider is an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) designed for investigating oceanography to depths of 200 meters for periods as long as a month. The goal of the initial deployment is to provide concurrent glider/ship/buoy data for glider instrument calibration, assessment of horizontal and vertical patchiness near permanent buoys, and satellite data ground truthing with large-scale chlorophyll fluorescence data.
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Please read the description of glider data units before you download glider data.
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Mission: G007 DownloadPreliminary ASCII data
Previewing Long Bay transect from the southwest:
2008.7.15.16hh-2008.7.22.21hh 2008.7.22.21hh-2008.7.29.14hh

Mission: G005 DownloadPreliminary ASCII data
Previewing ILM2 and ILM3 transect from the southwest:
2006.5.10.15hh-2006.5.13.14hh 2006.5.13.14hh-2006.5.18.1hh
2006.5.18.1hh-2006.5.20.13hh 2006.5.20.13hh-2006.5.24.15hh
2006.5.24.15hh-2006.5.27.18hh 2006.5.27.18hh-2006.6.2.15hh
2006.6.2.15hh-2006.6.5.17hh 

Mission: G004 DownloadPreliminary ASCII data
Previewing ILM2 and ILM3 transect from the southwest:
2006.4.12.1hh-2006.4.26.6hh 2006.4.6.14hh-2006.4.12.1hh

Mission: G003 DownloadPreliminary ASCII data
Previewing ILM2 and ILM3 transect from the southwest:
2005.10.27.13hh-2005.10.30.23hh 2005.10.31.0hh-2005.11.2.18hh

Mission: G002 DownloadPreliminary ASCII data
Previewing ILM2 and ILM3 transect from the southwest:
2005.10.4.21hh-2005.10.11.20hh 2005.9.26.15hh-2005.9.28.0hh
2005.9.28.1hh-2005.9.30.20hh 2005.9.30.20hh-2005.10.4.20hh

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