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Endurance 17

Endurance 17: Bi-Annual Recovery and Deploy Mission September Expedition to Coastal Endurance Array Equipment becomes fouled as marine life makes it home. Batteries run out. Wind and waves take their toll. That’s why every six months, teams head to OOI arrays to recover and redeploy ocean observing equipment to keep them collecting and sharing data….

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Irminger 9

Irminger Sea 9: Annual Recovery and Deploy Mission Month-long Expedition to Refresh Irminger Sea Array A team of 15 scientists and engineers will head to the Irminger Sea in late June to recover and deploy four moorings and three gliders in this most important but remote ocean region. The Global Irminger Sea Array is located…

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Global Station Papa 9

Station Papa 9: Annual Recovery and Deployment Mission Recoveries and Deployments for Station Papa, NOAA, and UW   A team of ten scientists and engineers is aboard the R/V Sikuliaq for a 19-day expedition to deploy six moorings – three for OOI, two for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and one for the University of…

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Pioneer 18

Pioneer 18:Bi-Annual Recoveryand Deploy Mission April Expedition to Refresh Pioneer Array Sixteen science party members will be on board the R/V Neil Armstrong during April for each of two legs comprising the eighteenth turn of the Pioneer Array, where moorings are recovered and new ones deployed. This April cruise will be extremely busy, with 32…

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Endurance 16

Endurance 16:Bi-Annual Recoveryand Deployment Mission Endurance 16 in two legs due to large equipment and lots of science   A team of ten scientists and engineers is aboard the R/V Sikuliaq for a two-week expedition to recover and redeploy ocean observing equipment at the Coastal Endurance Array. Located in the northeast Pacific off the coasts of…

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Pioneer 17

Pioneer 17: Bi-Annual Recovery and Deploy Mission The ocean is a harsh environment for ocean observing equipment. Equipment becomes fouled as marine life makes it home. Batteries run out. Wind and waves take their toll. That’s why every six months, teams head to OOI arrays to recover and redeploy ocean observing equipment to keep them…

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