Morning watch on the ecoCTD

We made four short criss-crossings of the Almeria-Oran front overnight, which is spectacularly sharp in salinity and density, before retrieving and packing up the instrument. The ecoCTD watch noticed a massive aggregation of jelly fish right at the front on every crossing of the front, except the last.

 

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Carefully recovering the ecoCTD
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The sunrise at the end of a long night

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