Monthly Archives: September 2011

September 5 update, a cloudy Labor Day

High clouds have limited the satellite coverage for this weekend.  The few windows between the clouds  hint at the continued advection of the phytoplankton bloom in offshore waters.  The near-shore area has poor satellite coverage where the main bloom has … Continue reading

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Rain Rain Go Away

Below is a post provided by our Federal Partners at NOAA.  The NEFSC Behavioral Ecology Branch in Sandy Hook, NJ has been sampling the ocean off Northern New Jersey before and after Hurricane Irene.  The post below was submitted by … Continue reading

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Post-Storm Bloom Conditions – An Initial Look

Three days after the storm, glider RU16 completed its transect back across the shelf toward the beach.    This section gives us our first complete look at how the inner-shelf was impacted by Hurricane Irene.   For the past week the glider … Continue reading

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