I recently read an article about how a "cold blob" was interrupting the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC). This is pretty interesting, as the AMOC takes heat from Florida and brings it to Europe, keeping Europe warmer during the winter. The fear is if this current stops, winters in Europe will become a lot colder than they currently are. Towards the end of the article, they talk about using ocean float data for in situ measurements. That jogged my memory, I actually helped to deploy these ocean floats a long time ago!
In spring 2005, during my junior year at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, I participated in the Cal Poly At Sea program. This partnership between Cal Poly and ...Read More →