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EAST COASTRegional Coverage and Objective(s)MeasurementsSampling frequencyMost Recent Activity Products and InformationCoordinating Agency/ProgramComments
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A. Coastal Ocean Observing Networks
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Sites with inventories and catalogs
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Integrated Ocean Observing Systemcatalog of most observations and links to regional associatonsNOTE - you might want to work from this inventorywww.ioos.gov
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I. Cruises
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Gulf of Mexico and East Coast Carbon Cruise (GOMECC)Transects from northern Gulf of Mexico to Boston to characterize carbon fluxes and other physical and biogeochemical parameters in the coastal zoneCTD profiles, bathmetry, discrete salinity, oxygen, nutrients, DIC, pCO2, total alkalinity, and halocarbon/alkyl nitrate; underway pCO2, TCO2, pH, ammonia, and ocean color measurements; Other: pH profiler, alkyl nitrate incubation studies, CO production in surface waters, phytoplankton pigment distribution/abundance vs. air-sea CO2 and O3 fluxes, ocean color, DOC, NO3, air-sea gas fluxes2 yearsJuly 10 - August 4, 2007Cruise report available at: http://www.aoml.noaa.gov/ocd/gcc/GOMECC/NACP, NOAA/AOML
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NMFS routine surveys
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UNH Wilkinson Basin Transect (2004-present)Carbon fluxes and ocean acidification: Characterize physical and biological perturbations in DIC variability in the Gulf of Maine profiles: CTD, O2 f-chl, f-dom, hyperspectral attenuation, absorption, bbp(9 wavelengths); continuous: pCO2, CT, O2, f-dom, f-chl, attenuation@660nm; bottles: O2, DIC, TA, nutrients, cdom, chl.~Monthly, 6x/year since 2009Dec 2010www.cooa.unh/index.jspNSF, NASA, NOAA
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UNH Coastal Transect (2004 - 2009)Carbon fluxes and ocean acidification: Characterize physical and biological perturbations in DIC variability in the Gulf of Maineprofiles: CTD, O2 f-chl, f-dom, hyperspectral attenuation, absorption, bbp(9 wavelengths); continuous: pCO2, CT, O2, f-dom, f-chl, attenuation@660nm; bottles: O2, DIC, TA, nutrients, cdom, chl.~MonthlyJun 2009www.cooa.unh/index.jspNSF, NASA, NOAA
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OMP dataMABDIC, TA, DOC, DON, inorganic nutrients
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SAB CO2 projectSABDIC, TA, DOC, inorganic nutrients6 cruises 2005-2006W CaiNSF
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SEEP I & IIMAB?
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alongshore NE (Eglinton/Wang)POC, DOC, isotopes, nutrients, UWpCO2, DIC, TA,
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Chesapeake Bay (tons of data)
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II. Moorings
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NOAA NDBCOffshore moorings, CMAN stationswww.ndbc.noaa.gov
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NOAA-COOPSwater level stations some with weather stationsstd water level, some have salinity, some with met obshttp://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/
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ACOE at Duck NCDuck, NC. Long Pier, moorings offshore ~1 mile, coastal geologymet obs, waves, bbl, real time. long pier availablehttp://www.frf.usace.army.mil/ACOEContact Jeff Hanson
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UNH-PMEL BuoyCarbon fluxes: focus on air sea interactions and ocean acidificationMAP CO2, SAMI pH, CT, O2, f-chl, f-domHourlyDec 2010
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UNH-Coastal Marine Lab Field StationCarbon fluxes, biology and optics, acidification,community productivityHourly: SAMI CO2, f-dom, f-chl, attenuation and absorption (9 wavelengths), ISUS nitrate, Oxygen, Met data, PAR, Respiration. Bottles: chl, TA, DICHourlyDec 2010www.nearcoos.orgNOAA, NASA, NSF
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UNH-Great Bay BuoyBiology and optics, nutrient dynamics, sediment dynamicsHourly: CT, f-chl; f-dom, turbidity, PAR, Ed/Lu, nitrate, phosphate, met dataHourlyDec 2010www.cooa.unh.buoys/great_bay/index.jsp and www.nearcoos.orgNOAA
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SAB_PMEL BuoyCarbon fluxes: focus on air sea interactions and ocean acidificationMAP CO2, SAMI pH, CT, O2, f-chl, f-domhttp://www.buoybay.org/site/public/
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SAB_sea floor mooringSAMI-CO2real time in situNOAAcontact Noakes/Cai
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Martha's Vineyard Coastal ObservatorypCO2 (atm), seawater pCO2, optical parameters, (soon DIC, pH, dC13)http://mvcodata.whoi.edu/cgi-bin/mvco/mvco.cgiSosik/McGillis/Wang/Camilli
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III. Volunteer Observing Ships (VOS)
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OleanderNY to BermudaADCPbi-weekly
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SOP (need update from Rik W)
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http://www.bios.edu/Labs/co2lab/research/PCO2VOS.html
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IV. Gliders
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MARCOOS Glider Operations www.maracoos.org
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VI. HF Radar - see national HF Radar surface currents website http://cordc.ucsd.edu/projects/mapping/maps/?ll=37.80544394934271,-76.9482421875&zz=7&type=p&sta=&info=0&avgs=1&currents=1&marks=1&res=6km&rng=0,50
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B. Coastal and land-based measurements of atmospheric fluxes
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Military ? flux towers
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National Park Service
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USGS flux towers
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Ameriflux
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NEON - planned
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USGS monitoring wells
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NGO's monitoring programs
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NRI
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USFS
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University-based observations
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Greenlands to blue waters
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LTER sites
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C. River Observations
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Stream Gauges (NWIS)USstream flow dataApproximately hourlyhttp://nwis.waterdata.usgs.gov/usa/nwis/qwdataUSGSmany being phased out
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State River authorities
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U.S. Army Corps of Engineersreal-time water levels (lakes and rivers)
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D. Satellite Observations
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MODIS-AquaSST, Chl-adaily-annualJuly 2002-September 2008Information: http://oceancolor.gsfc.nasa.gov/ Giovanni interface: http://reason.gsfc.nasa.gov/Giovanni/NASA10% of GOM data can be used
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SeaWiFSChl-adaily-annual1997-Information: http://oceancolor.gsfc.nasa.gov/SeaWiFS/ Giovanni interface: http://reason.gsfc.nasa.gov/Giovanni/NASA
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AquariusSSSplanned 2010-Information: http://aquarius.gsfc.nasa.gov/ NASA
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SeaWinds/QuikSCATWind speed, directionVarious temporal and spatial resolutions: http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/DATA_CATALOG/quikscatinfo.html1999-http://winds.jpl.nasa.gov/missions/quikscat/index.cfmNASA
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AVHRRSSTVarious temporal and spatial resolutions: http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/DATA_CATALOG/avhrrinfo.html1996-Gulf of Mexico multi-day merged data: http://fermi.jhuapl.edu/avhrr/gm/averages/index.htmlNOAA
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MARACOOS SST and CHLMid Atlantic Bight, SAB and GulfSST Chl, declouded productsSST http://marine.rutgers.edu/cool/sat_data/?product=sst_decloud&nothumbs=0IOOS MARACOOS (former MARCOOS)Matt Oliver UDel contact.
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Geostationary Coastal and Air Pollution Events (GEO-CAPE) North, Central, and South Americacoastal ocean biology and air qualityplanned 2013-2016http://geo-cape.larc.nasa.gov/index.htmlNASA
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E. Field experiments
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UNH Lagrangian Field experiment (6/15/10 - 7/2/10)Biological perturbation of DIC. Community productivity-optical relationshipsprofiles: CTD, O2 f-chl, f-dom, hyperspectral attenuation, absorption, bbp(9 wavelengths); continuous: pCO2, CT, O2, f-dom, f-chl, attenuation@660nm; bottles: O2, DIC, TA, nutrients, cdom, chl, PAR, (Light and Dark O2 respiration)continuous in Lagrangian space-time6/15/2010 - 7/2/2010www.cooa.unh/index.jspNASA/ NSF
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OMP
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F. Lab experiments
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examine CO2 Ki in estuarine waters ith high DOC
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estalish better pH measurement methods in estuarine waters
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measurements needed to parameratize models
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