Simulation by Harper Simmons (University of Alaska Fairbanks) rendered by the UW Center for Environmental Visualization (CEV). The paper can be found here.
We're on R/V Revelle off Tasmania deploying 15 deep-sea moorings to track the internal tide as it travels all the way from New Zealand and breaks on the Tasmanian continental slope. Follow us at ttide.ucsd.edu.
Matthew has accepted a position at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and so the Wavechasers have relocated to Scripps. It's a big transition, and so bear with us as we migrate our website and operations there. John Mickett will remain at APL/UW and will be maintaining the coastal Washington and Puget Sound buoy systems. We'll post updated links to his new operation as we get them.
Wavechasers article on deep breaking lee waves selected for American Geophysical Union Research Spotlight
Over 1,000 students participated in the web panel, where four of the finalists from the Ocean180 video challenge fielded questions.
You can see the full video here.
Our video has made the final round of ten videos, with the winners to be chosen by over 42,000 high school students around the world. The contest is part of a COSEE Florida effort to increase awareness of ocean research through videos. Download the press release here.
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