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May 30, 2014 - ESP Update

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Here's the latest ESP results as of yesterday (May 29, 2014)...All 3 ESPs have just started up today, but those results will not be available until this evening.

-->ESP-1 (don) deployed near NERACOOS B was blanked showing no spots on the array for A. fundyense. There was a weak hit for the MUD2 probe.

-->ESP-2 (jake) in Casco Bay did not sample.

-->ESP-3 (dennis) deployed offshore of Pemaquid point continues to record a weak but consistent signal estimated to be in the 100-150 cells/Liter for A. fundyense range. The MUD2 probe also indicated a weakly positive signal.

We'll keep the info coming as the ESPs work hard...to stretch the 3 missions into June, all 3 ESPs are taking the weekend off,

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The latest ESP results just came up to the server for today (May 30, 2014)...

All 3 ESPs continue to indicate positive signals for A. fundyense in the range of 100-200 cells/Liter.

...and ESP-2 (jake) showed a weak hit for the MUD2 probe (1 of 4 Pseudo-nitzschia sp probes on the array).

Bruce Keafer



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