October 10, 2010
While the WHOI mooring group turns around the instruments and mooring hardware for Mooring D in preparation for redeployment, the ship heads west while station work continues. That means more CTDs, XCTDs, and chemistry. Because I'm always involved in the mooring and buoy work, the focus of many of these dispatches has been there. So in an attempt to make up for that, here are some pictures of some of the other scientists and watchstanders who have busily been working throughout the cruise on the seawater samples from the CTD bottles.