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February 2015 Issue

INSTRUMENTATION
MEASUREMENT
PROCESSING &
ANALYSIS


COVER
The PROVOR, ARGO profiling float, sliding along a cable, which is hung under a buoy and moored in an open-sea area at 60 meters depth. CTD, DO and Chla are acquired several times per day in the water column and transmitted to the surface by induction and to the coast by a GPRS link. (Photo Credit: Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography)

 




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January 2015 Issue

ANNUAL REVIEW
& FORECAST


COVER
Coastal path leading to the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge in Northern Ireland. (Photo Credit: Alaina Monismith, assistant editor, Sea Technology)

 




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