Coastal Buoy Chaba

Richard Feely participating in a press conference with a new glider and buoy that will measure CO2, pH, temperature, oxygen, chlorophyll, turbidity, and other parameters off the Washington coast.Co-principal investigators on the project are Jan Newton and  Matthew Alford from the University of Washington Applied Physics Lab and Allan Devol from the University of Washington School of Oceanography. Christopher Sabine is assisting with the carbon sensors on the buoy.


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