POGO (Profiling OceanoGraphic Observatory) is alive and well! The vertical profiling system, installed at a depth of 396 m on Barkley Upper Slope is now sending its instrument float on regular journeys from seafloor to surface and back. And some interesting new data products are available for examining a host of water properties through the depth of the water column.
In addition to depth, temperature, and salinity, POGO measures chlorophyll, turbidity, oxygen, carbon dioxide, irradiance and light attenuation and currents. A...Read more