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Spray glider in the water

As part of the ROGER project, Spray gliders are tracking the formation of this year's El Nino.

Credit: Scripps Institution of Oceanography


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Map showing parts of North and South America with Galapagos in focus

Where do Spray gliders go? This map shows their routes back and forth across the Pacific Ocean.

Credit: Scripps Institution of Oceanography


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Oceanographer Dan Rudnick checks on a Spray glider before it sets forth on a mission.

Oceanographer Dan Rudnick checks on a Spray glider before it sets forth on a mission.

Credit: Scripps Institution of Oceanography


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A school of Pacific sardines

The Pacific sardine is an important species in the California Current Ecosystem.

Credit: NSF CCE LTER Site


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research vessel at sea

Scientists at NSF's California Current Ecosystem LTER site set sail on a research cruise.

Credit: NSF CCE LTER Site


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California Current Ecosystem scientists launch a research instrument at sea

California Current Ecosystem scientists launch a research instrument to determine ocean changes.

Credit: NSF CCE LTER Site


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