2-Wavelength Fluorometer

Reference Designator
GP05MOAS-GL537-01-FLORDM000
Start Depth
0
End Depth
1,000
Location
Current Status
Review Complete
Class
FLORD (2-Wavelength Fluorometer)
Series
FLORD-M
Science Discipline
Biological
Make
WET Labs
Model
ECO Puck FLBB-SLC
M2M Example
https://ooinet.oceanobservatories.org/api/m2m/12576/sensor/inv/GP05MOAS/GL537/01-FLORDM000/metadata
Method Data Stream Content Type
recovered_host flord_m_glider_instrument_recovered Data Products Report M2M Stats Science
telemetered flord_m_glider_instrument Data Products Report M2M Stats Science
Deployment Cruise Start Date Stop Date Mooring Asset Node Asset Sensor Asset Latitude Longitude Deployment Depth Water Depth
1 Review TN-323 06/02/2015 06/27/2016 CGVGP-05MOAS-00000 CGVEH-GLDROO-00537 CGINS-FLORDM-03582 50.1755 -144.553 1000 1000
2 Review SKQ201920S 09/30/2019 06/07/2020 CGVGP-05MOAS-00000 CGVEH-GLDROO-00537 CGINS-FLORDM-03582 50.0088 -144.372 1000 1000
Metadata Start Date End Date Comment
GP05MOAS

Glider optodes typically exhibit a sensor lag of 20-25 seconds. Example attached of several segments with consecutive down and up casts for CP05MOAS-GL335-04-DOSTAM000 on 10/26/2015 showing a typical measurement time lag. Profiles should be analyzed for individual time lags and data should be adjusted. OOI doesn't necessarily need to make the adjustment but users should be aware of the issue.

By Lori Garzio, on 5/31/19

New Note

Metadata Start Date End Date Comment
GP05MOAS-GL537
6/2/15, 7:21 AM 5/4/16, 6:00 PM

Deployment 1: Glider suffered progressive steering failure and went adrift in May 2016. Digifin was inoperable at the time of recovery, small chips on wings, moderate biofouling.

Id: 589 By: lgarzio

GP05MOAS-GL537
9/29/19, 9:40 PM 9/30/19, 12:01 PM

Deployment 2: Glider was temporarily recovered after its first dive to adjust the external ballast and was re-deployed 2019-09-30 16:01 UTC.

Id: 1764 By: cdobson

GP05MOAS-GL537
4/22/20, 8:00 PM 6/6/20, 11:09 PM

Deployment 2: This glider is being flown to the Oregon coast due to the possibility of limited recovery options at the Papa Array this summer. The glider left the array on 2020-04-23 and the science sensors will continue sampling as it flies toward the coast.

Id: 2071 By: cdobson