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WEST COASTRegional Coverage and Objective(s)MeasurementsSampling frequencyMost Recent Activity Products and InformationCoordinating Agency/ProgramCommentsPoint of Contact
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A. Coastal Ocean Observing Networks
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I. Cruises
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2007 NACP West Coast Carbon cruisefrom British Columbia to Baja California - to do a full survey of carbon cycle and ocean acidification conditions along the West CoastDIC, TA, O2, nutrients, T, S, oxygen isotopes, ADCP, pressureonce in 2007, planning to repeat in 2011 in some form2007data to be released on CDIAC in the near future - papers: Feely et al., Science, 2008; Juranek et al., GRL, 2009NOAA-Ocn. Atmo. Research, NACP
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CalCOFI quarterly cruisesfrom Oregon border to Baja California historically at times, typically now focused on just Southern California or Monterey to the US-Mex border - the main objective of this sampling program is to the underlying physical, biological, and chemical controls on the fisheriesO2, nutrients, chl a, T, S, 14C productivity, Zoopl, DIC, TA since 2008began in 1949; quarterly with more biogeochemical variables since 1984July 2011data other than DIC/TA available through web site: http://calcofi.net/data.html - many reports and publications listed on web siteNOAA-Nat. Mar. Fish. Serv., IOD-Scripps Inst. Oceanography, Cal. Dept. Fish & Game
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IMECOCAL cruisesalong Baja California coastline from Ensenada to just north of Bahia Magdalena - very similar to CalCOFIO2, nutrients, chl a, T, S, 14C productivity, pressure - DIC, TA since 2006quarterly since 1997Oct. 2010data available through Mexican collaborators - pubs listed on web siteCICESE (http://www.cicese.edu.mx/)Not sure which Mexican agencies fund IMECOCAL
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MBARI time-seriesT,S, O2, chl.monthly-quarterly
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USGS NCCWSC cruisesFrom the mouth of the Copper River to 59 05.43'N 144 55'WT,S,macronutrients, Fe, chl, turbidity, plankton, fish3x per year 2010, 2011July 2010Data available through AOOS following project completionUSGS
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CMOP (Center for Coastal Margin Observation and Prediction)Columbia River and estuary, some of OR/WA coastsCDOM, conductivity, pressure, S, T, turbidity, fluorescence, wind speed, O2, PAR, NO32-4x per year since 2007Oct. 2010http://www.stccmop.org/CMOP is an NSF-funded Science and Technology Center, with many academic and industry partners
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PacOOS cruisesN. CA to WA coasts - to study seasonal-interannual variability in primary productivity and zooplankton dynamicsCTD, chl a, zoops, O2, nutrients - DIC and TA since 20082x per year currently, conducted in some form since 1996Aug. 2010papers by Bill Peterson, Jay Peterson, and co-authorsNOAA (others?)
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Line P - Mouth of Strait of Juan de Fuca to 50N 145WCTD, chl a, zoops, O2, nutrients, DOC, Alk, pH Nutrients3 x per yearhttp://www.pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/science/oceans/data-donnees/line-p/index-eng.htmDFO IOS
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Seward LineSeward to 58 5.9N 147 47.6WCTD, chl a, zoops, O2, nutrients. DIC? DOC? pH? pCO2?2x per yearhttp://www.sfos.uaf.edu/sewardline/UAF
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GLOBEChttp://globec.coas.oregonstate.edu/
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Santa Monica Bay ObservatorySanta Monica Bay, 33 55.9 N 118 43.0 WCTD, DIC, TA (since 12/05), chl a, nutrients, phytoplankton species compositionBi-weekly from 01/2003 - 05/2009, monthly since 06/2009 August 2011DIC and TA data available through N. Gruber and A. Leinweber (following project completion)NSF, SCCOOS, ETH ZuerichA. Leinweber (leinweber@ igpp.ucla.edu), N. Gruber (nicolas.gruber@env.ethz.ch), and R. Shipe (rshipe@gmail.com) for biological parameters
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II. Moorings
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Cape Elizabeth (NDBC 46041)mid-Washington coast - to get high-resolution pCO2 data at the air-water interface - to be augmented with a second carbon parameter when buoy servicing allows next accesspCO2 (air and surface seawater), S, Tevery 3 hours, since 2006
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La Pushnorthern WA coast - high-res measurements of physical, chemical and biological oceanographic parameters throughout the water column - including CO2 at the surfacepCO2 (air and surface seawater) - surface; S, T, chl a, O2 - various depthspCO2 every 3 hoursJul.-Oct. 2010 - to be redeployed in spring 2011data to be available through: http://nanoos.org/MJ Murdock Charitable Trust, NOAA, UW
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Bodega Bayin or near Bodega Bay, northern/central CA coast - high-res measurements of physical, chemical and biological oceanographic parameters throughout the water columnADCP, CTD, O2, chl a, backscattering, turbidity, SAMI-pH, SAMI-pCO2Jul. 2010 to presenthttp://www-bml.ucdavis.edu/boon/mooring_obs.html
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Newport, OR (NH10)10 nm offshore from Newport, ORSAMI-CO2 & SAMI-pH at surface and near bottom, O2 & CTD sensors at various depthscurrentBurke Hales and Francis Chan
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CCE1California Current Ecosystem - off S. CA - offshore in California Current - to study short-term to interannual variability in California Current physics, biology, and chemistryCO2, pH, chl a, turbidity, O2, T, S, meteorology - at surface; at depth: T, S, pH, O2, chl a, turbidity, NO3, ADCP2008-present - every 3 hrs for pCO2, more frequently for most/all other parameterscurrenthttp://mooring.ucsd.edu/projects/cce/cce1_data.html and http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/co2/moorings/CCE/data_CCE_1_30d.htmNOAA, Scripps (Send and Ohman Groups), NSFChristian Begler (cbegler@ucsd.edu, U. Send lab) and Chris Sabine (chris.sabine@noaa.gov, PMEL Carbon group)
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CCE2California Current Ecosystem - off S. CA - nearshore off Pt. Conception - to study short-term to interannual variability in nearshore coastal physics, biology, and chemistryCO2, pH, chl a, turbidity, O2, T, S, meteorology - at surface; at depth: T, S, pH, O2, chl a, turbidity, NO32009-present - every 3 hrs for pCO2, more frequently for most/all other parameterscurrenthttp://mooring.ucsd.edu/projects/cce/cce2_data.htmlNOAA, Scripps (Send and Ohman Groups), NSFChristian Begler (cbegler@ucsd.edu, U. Send lab) and Chris Sabine (chris.sabine@noaa.gov, PMEL Carbon group)
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Stonewall Banks (NDBC 46050)20 nm off Newport, OR - to look at bottom boundary layer dynamicsSAMI-CO2, SAMI-pH, O2, SBE microcat (T, S, P) - near bottomcurrentAGU poster by Katherine Harris in Eastern Bdry Current session on Wed.
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EnsanadapCO2seasonalcurrent
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Bahia MagdalenapCO2seasonalcurrent
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Endurance Array
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GAKOAnGOA on Seward LinepCO2, pH, T,S, O2, turbidity, fluorseasonaldeployed March 2011Mathis
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Santa Monica Bay Observatory mooringSanta Monica Bay, 33 55.9 N 118 43.0 Wsurface CTD, fluorescence, attenuation, pCO2 (air and water), currents (down to ~ 100m), air T, wind speed, wind dir., air pressure, microcats (at 10 different depths down to ~ 100m)First deployment in June 2001. Mooring program ended in 11/2010. Various deployment spans. Hourly pCO2 data available for ~ 2 months periods in 2002, 2003, and 2006. Other data available for longer time spans and higher frequencies.http://www.smbayobservatory.org (LAS server currently under construction)University of California Marine Council, NSF, SCCOOS, ETH ZuerichAnita Leinweber (leinweber@igpp.ucla.edu), Nicolas Gruber (nicolas.gruber@env.ethz.ch)
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III. Volunteer Observing Ships (VOS)
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NOAA ship Miller FreemanWest Coast and Alaska - to collect data on air-sea pCO2 to improve air-sea flux maps in continental margins, to be upgraded to facilitate ocean acidification measurementspCO2 (air and water), S, T - to be augmented with O2 and pH soonevery 3-5 min when ship is deployed and system on - 2009-present2010data available at: http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/co2/uwpco2/coastal_uwpco2.htmlNOAA-Ocn. Atmo. Research
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NOAA ship McArthur IIWest Coast and Alaska - to collect data on air-sea pCO2 to improve air-sea flux maps in continental margins, to be upgraded to facilitate ocean acidification measurementspCO2 (air and water), S, T - to be augmented with O2 and pH soonevery 3-5 min when ship is deployed and system on - 2006-present2010data available at: http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/co2/uwpco2/coastal_uwpco2.htmlNOAA-Ocn. Atmo. Research, NACP
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NOAA ship David Starr JordanWest Coast - to collect data on air-sea pCO2 to improve air-sea flux maps in continental marginspCO2 (air and water), S, T every 3-5 min when ship is deployed and system on - 2006-20072007data available at: http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/co2/uwpco2/coastal_uwpco2.htmlNOAA-Ocn. Atmo. Research, NACP
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Various vesselsS. Oregon coast to Southeast Alaska - to provide improved seasonal coverage of pCO2 observations in the cascadian margin, and study interannual variabilitypCO2 (air and water), S, TSampling frequency ranges from 1 Hz to hourly. Measurements from 2007-present2010One paper published in JGR (Evans, Hales, Strutton, 2011) covering the seasonality of pCO2 off OR, one submitted to Progress in Oceanography covering the waters of Vancouver Island and Queen Charlotte sound, one submitted to Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science on the waters of the Columbia River Estuary and plume. supported by a combination of NASA, NOAA, NSF
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CCGS W.E. RickerStrait of Juan de Fuca to southeast Alaska (Icy Strait)pH, bottle samples of DIC and TACTD profiles spanning coastal water from the shelf to inside passagesSeptember 2011Evanssupported by High Seas Salmon Program (Marc Trudel), DFO
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B. Coastal and land-based measurements of atmospheric fluxes
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Mexican Towers
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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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C. River Observations
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CMOP (Center for Coastal Margin Observation and Prediction)river biogeochemical stations on mainstem Columbia (RM54) and Willamette (in Portland) rivers (see also CMOP cruise observations above, some of which are in rivers)depth, conductivity, T, O2, turbidity, pH (potentiometric), chl adaily or more frequent since 2009today (12/8/10)http://www.stccmop.org/CMOP is an NSF-funded Science and Technology Center, with many academic and industry partners
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Columbia River plume C fluxes (through CMOP)Columbia River mouthpCO2, TCO2, NO3, NH4, Si, O2, T, S, depth, optical backscatter, beam attenuation, chlorophyll fluorescence, CDOM, ADCP velocities, Fe, flow cytometry, CH4nominal 1 Hz frequency, summer 2010summer 2010no publications yetNSF-supported CMOP program
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Glacial discharge in Glacier Bay National ParkDIC, TA, nutrients, DO, chlorophyll fluorescensemonthly cruises beginning summer 2011no publications yet
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Glacial discharge in Prince William SoundDIC, TA, nutrients, DO, chlorophyll fluorescensespring and autumn cruises over last 4 yearsMay 2008
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Fraser River mouthunderway pCO2, T, SAutumn 2008, Winter 2009, Summer 2009
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BC/Southeast Alaska inside passagesunderway pCO2, T, SAutumn 2008, Winter 2009, Summer 2009
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D. Satellite Observations
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MODIS-AquaGlobal SST, 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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SeaWiFSGlobal Chl-adaily-annual1997-2010Information: http://oceancolor.gsfc.nasa.gov/SeaWiFS/ Giovanni interface: http://reason.gsfc.nasa.gov/Giovanni/NASA
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AquariusGlobal SSSSeptember 2010-Information: http://aquarius.gsfc.nasa.gov/ NASA
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SeaWinds/QuikSCATGlobalWind speed, directionVarious temporal and spatial resolutions: http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/DATA_CATALOG/quikscatinfo.html1999-2009http://winds.jpl.nasa.gov/missions/quikscat/index.cfmNASA
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AVHRRGlobalSSTVarious 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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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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ASCATGlobalWind speed, directionhttp://manati.orbit.nesdis.noaa.gov/datasets/ASCATData.phpESA
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E. Field experiments
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Whiskey Creek HatcheryNetarts Bay, ORT, S, pCO2 (continuous), TCO2 (discrete)currentwasn't sure what category to put this in
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Carbon chemistry and larval oyster measurements at Dabob Bay (Taylor Shellfish hatchery) and Totten InletPuget Sound, WAT, S, TCO2, TA, O2, oyster larval abundance, phytoplankton abundance2009-2010Simone Alin
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F. Lab experiments
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Mesocosm studiesOcean acidification effects on organismsNSFTerrie Klinger, Moose O'Donnell, and Jim Murray at Friday Harbor Labs
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Tank experimentsOcean acidification effects on organismsNSF, NOAAPaul McElhany, Shallin Busch at NOAA-NMFS; Moose O'Donnell at FHL; Carolyn Friedman at UW
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