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LARISA'S REPORT - MOBY

LARISA'S REPORT - MOBY

01 January 2004 Summary

01 January 2004 Summary of Moss Landing Marine Laboratories (MLML) activities for EOS MODIS Execution-Oceanographic Profiling Data Acquisition and Management Grant NA03NES4400005 William W. Broenkow Moss Landing Marine Laboratories MLML personnel participated in nine field campaigns in Hawaii in support of the Marine Optical Buoy (MOBY) project. These cruises, designated MOBY-L95 through MOBY-L102 serviced the twenty-third, twenty-fourth and twenty-fifth deployments of MOBY (MOBY223, MOBY224, MOBY225). 1) MOBY-L95: 03 July 2003 MOBY Maintenance HRA Captain Steve Juarez and mate Dan Diaz sailed to Lanai Mooring site on 03 July to swap out the ARGOS transponder unit. MOBY223 was also inspected and photographed, and all underwater optical collectors were cleaned. One flopper-stopper attachment shackle was repaired/replaced. 2) MOBY-L96: 11 to 13 July 2003 MOBY Replacement Cruise The R/V K.O.K. departed Honolulu, Hawaii on the morning of 11 July. MOBY224 was deployed at the Lanai Mooring site on 11 July. MOBY223 was recovered at the Lanai Mooring site on 12 July and returned to the dock at Snug Harbor. The controller disc drive was removed and the MOBY data was downloaded. The KOK returned to the Lanai Mooring site and the disc drive was installed in MOBY224 on 13 July. 3) Oahu-04 : 15 to 22 July 2003 Hawaii Bio-Optics Cruises The R/V Klaus Wyrtki was used for daily cruises that departed and returned to Snug harbor. A total of five stations were occupied with a total of 9 TSM and 9 POC/PC samples collected, 8 MOS profiles, 23 MICROPRO casts and 5 CTD casts were taken. The first configuration of MOS202 with the ROV was employed making Lu and Es measurements. 4) MOBY-L97: 24 to 25 July 2003 MOBY Maintenance Mark Yarbrough and Terrence Houlihan flew to Maui on 24 July and sailed to the Lanai Mooring site on 25 July with HRA Captain Steve Juarez and mate Dan to perform the initial diver calibration on MOBY224. Routine maintenance was performed on the Mooring’s weather system and the Lanai CIMEL instrument. 2

5) MOBY-L98: 23 August 2003 MOBY Maintenance HRA Captain Steve Juarez and his mate sailed out to the buoy on 23 August to take some photographs and determine the cause of MOBY’s excessive tilt. Marks conclusions from Steve observations and pictures are that the drogue anchor could be fouled with a net or other object and a strong “deep” current could be contributing to MOBY extreme tilt. There was nothing which Steve could fix, eventually the tilt returned to normal. 6) MOBY-L99: 10 to 12 September 2003 MOBY Maintenance Mark Yarbrough and Terrence Houlihan flew to Maui on 10 September and sailed to the Lanai Mooring site on 11 September with HRA Captain Steve Juarez and his mate to perform routine diver reference lamp measurements. MOBY224 dirty diver calibrations were performed, 4 water samples were collected and filtered for HPLC pigments, and the Lanai CIMEL instrument was serviced on 11 September. The crew returned to the Lanai Mooring site and performed clean calibrations and 4 more water samples collected and filtered on 12 September. 7) MOBY-L100: 30 September to 02 October 2003 MOBY Maintenance Terrence Houlihan and Michael Feinholz flew to Maui on 30 September to setup for the HRA trip to the Lanai Mooring on 01 October. MOBY224 was inspected and photographed and had anti-foulant tubes removed by Captain Steve Juarez and Mate Dan while Terry and Mike removed the batteries from the deep-sea mooring on 01 October. Anti-foulant tubes were re-packed that night and one bad mooring battery was replaced and all batteries recharged. Steve and Mate Chris returned on 02 October with Terry and Mike to clean all MOBY224 optics, replace anti-foulant tubes, and replace the mooring battery pack. 8) MOBY-L101: 16 to 18 October 2003 MOBY Maintenance Mark Yarbrough and Terrence Houlihan flew to Maui on 16 October and sailed to the Lanai Mooring site on 17 October with HRA Captain Steve Juarez and his mate to perform routine diver reference lamp measurements and dirty diver calibrations on MOBY224. The same crew returned on 18 October for MOBY224 cleaning, aftercleaning calibrations, and collection of 4 HPLC water samples. 9) Oahu-05 : 22 October to 05 November 2003 Hawaii Bio-Optics Cruise The R/V Klaus Wyrtki was used for daily cruises that mostly departed and returned to Snug harbor, and for two nights from Coconut Island in Kaneohe Bay on Oahu’s windward side. A total of seventeen stations were occupied with a total of 38 TSM and POC/PC samples collected, 30 MOS profiles, 61 MICROPRO casts and 14 CTD casts were taken. The new configuration of MOS202 with the ROV was employed making Lu and Es measurements, for the first time looking at coral spectra in Kaneohe Bay. 3

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