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Sound Bytes: How I acquired my superpower

Sound Bytes

An origin story: The beginning of marine mammal acoustic studies at the Southwest Fisheries Science Center
February 10, 2022 - Survey ,
Jay Barlow standing on a boat on the ocean, holding a tetrahedral metal frame with hydrophones attached.

And the Hits Just Keep on Comin’

Autonomous Gliders in the Antarctic

Greetings from Punta Arenas, Chile! We’re finally here, but our stuff still isn’t.
December 13, 2021 - Survey ,
Checking out the gliders at the port agent’s warehouse in Punta Arenas Checking out the gliders at the port agent’s warehouse in Punta Arenas. Credit: NOAA Fisheries Jen Walsh

Gulf of Maine Yields Brilliant and Iridescent Finds

Field Fresh Blog: Science in Motion

Always something to catch the eye, continuing the journey.
December 02, 2021 - Survey ,
Small dark fish with large eye, held on its side in one hand

No One Said This Was Going To Be Easy Part 1

Autonomous Gliders in the Antarctic

Part 1: The wheels on the bus go ‘round and ‘round…until they don’t.
November 29, 2021 - Survey ,
Antarctic Division staff standing by airplane getting ready to depart for Chile. Campers getting ready to board their flight in Oakland. Credit: NOAA Fisheries

Fear of the Unknown, and How the Unknown Becomes Known. You Know?

Autonomous Gliders in the Antarctic

New glider sensors bring new anxiety to this not-so-confident glider pilot, but also reveal a world we wouldn’t otherwise see.
November 23, 2021 - Survey ,
Shadowgraph image of baby brine shrimp and pill bug Left: Shadowgraph image of baby brine shrimp. Right: Shadowgraph image of a pill bug about ¼ inch long, along with some 14 gauge wire for reference. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Jen Walsh

Follow Your Inner Compass

Autonomous Gliders in the Antarctic

That means making sure a glider’s compass actually points north.
November 15, 2021 - Survey ,
two staff calibrate glider compass in the parking lot of the science center Calibrating a glider compass at our science lab in La Jolla, CA. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Jen Walsh