Sailbuoy Wave Deployed

We deployed another Sailbuoy to collect more wind data in the Labrador Sea. This Sailbuoy (SB Wave) will spend the next 3 weeks going North until the end of March when it (hopefully) should arrive for the tail of the deep convection season.

Sailbuoy track (yellow) viewed on our path-planning web-service. Sea Surface Temperature from MURJPL (NOAA) and ice-edge from US Ice Service (white line) overlaid on map.

During our deployment today we had a fantastic backdrop for the Sailbuoy (picture cred: Mark Downey) formed by Bell Island in Conception Bay.

Published by Glider Nicolai

Oceanographic Scientist working at Memorial University

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