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2015 Shelfwide Cruise: July 28 - August 3

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Research Activities

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Principal Investigators

  • Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium - Nancy Rabalais, Chief Scientist
    • Wendy Morrison, Co-Chief Scientist
    • Ari Chelsky (for Brian Roberts, LUMCON)
    • Tory Hebert, Research Assistant
    • Shiena Normand, Research Assistant
  • Louisiana State University - Gene Turner, Professor, Co-Principal Investigator
    • Charlie Milan, Research Associate
    • Michael Henson, Graduate Student (for Cameron Thrash, Assistant Professor)
  • Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi - Xinping Hu, Assistant Professor
  • Florida State University - Lauren Gillies, Graduate Student (for Olivia Mason, FSU)
  • University of Georgia - Mary Kate Rogener, Graduate Student (for Mandy Joye, UGA)
  • Your Ocean Consulting - Leslie Smith, Data Manager

Disclaimer:

  • The final dissolved oxygen data will be corrected, as necessary, from linear regression with the Winkler titrations over a range of 0.22 to 8.43 mg/L. Initial observations indicate correction, but the f-factor for the Winkler standard remains to be verified. Any corrected data will be reflected in other derived measurements.
  • Salinity data not yet verified with PortaSal samples.
  • CTD data remain to be post-processed with ALIGN CTD to be applied.
  • Instrumentation was calibrated pre- and post-cruise according to manufacturer's specifications and standard method procedures were applied for several variables, not yet calculated, according to several LUMCON EPA-approved Quality Assurance Project Plans.
  • Data collected as part of process studies remain to be analyzed and synthesized.
  • Final QA/QC'd data will be submitted to NOAA NODC within two years of collection.