Copy/paste HTML into your web page



** Printing Map only. Popup Info and other widget will not be printed out.
Gulf Gliders Experiment Observations in Hypoxic area in the northern Gulf of Mexico
Time Slider

Please reload if map is not shown.

Map Description

Glider Implementation Plan for Hypoxia Monitoring in the Gulf of Mexico

Photo by Gulf Glider Experiment

Copy/paste HTML into your web page



** Printing Map only. Popup Info and other widget will not be printed out.
Gulf Gliders Experiment Observations in Hypoxic area in the northern Gulf of Mexico

Please reload if map is not shown.

Map Description

Glider Implementation Plan for Hypoxia Monitoring in the Gulf of Mexico

Photo by: E. Webb (GERG)

Objective: To coordinate and operate multiple autonomous buoyancy ocean vehicles in the northern Gulf of Mexico hypoxic area during summer 2014. More detail


Gliders:

  • - TAMU/GERG: Two TWR G2 Slocum shelf gliders
  • - Teledyne Webb Research: EnhancedG2 Slocum Glider (Buoyancy Engine, Thruster)
  • - Exocetus: Ocean Glider (Cancelled)
  • - TAMU/Galveston: Dora the Explora (Deepwater Ocean Glider)

Ancillary Information

  1. 20%
  2. 40%
  3. 60%
  4. 80%
  1. 0%
  2. 50%
  3. 100%

**DO NOT USE FOR NAVIGATION.

Artificial Reefs
Aids to Navigation
Platform
Pipeline
Wrecks and Obstructions
Shipping Lanes
AnchorageAreas
Unexploded Ordnances

Hypoxia Layers

Hypoxic area in the past
Hypoxia 2013 Contours
Hypoxia 2012 Contours
Hypoxia 2011 Contours
Hypoxia 2010 Contours
Hypoxia 2009 Contours
Hypoxia 2008 Summer Contours
Hypoxia 2008 Contours
Hypoxia 2007 Contours
Hypoxia 2006 Contours
Hypoxia 2005 Contours
Hypoxia 2004 Contours
Hypoxia 2003 Contours
Hypoxia 2002 Contours
Hypoxia 2001 Contours

How to

Note - Click the timer button to show a time slider in the bottom. To see all data, expand the slider from beginning to the end.

Default time slider shows 1-day range.


Thumb index can be expanded like below.

** time slider moves every 3 seconds and loop automatically.

Gliders

Teledyne Webb glider: unit 202 (WMOID:4801529) - Picked up by fishermen. No longer operate.

GERG glider Reville: unit 307 (WMOID:4801527)

GERG glider: unit 308 (WMOID:4801528)

TAMU Galveston Deep glider Dora: unit 199 (WMOID:4801530)

KML & REST

|
: E. Webb (GERG)

Objective: To coordinate and operate multiple autonomous buoyancy ocean vehicles in the northern Gulf of Mexico hypoxic area during summer 2014. More detail


Gliders:

  • - TAMU/GERG: Two TWR G2 Slocum shelf gliders
  • - Teledyne Webb Research: EnhancedG2 Slocum Glider (Buoyancy Engine, Thruster)
  • - Exocetus: Ocean Glider (Cancelled)
  • - TAMU/Galveston: Dora the Explora (Deepwater Ocean Glider)

Ancillary Information

  1. 20%
  2. 40%
  3. 60%
  4. 80%
  1. 0%
  2. 50%
  3. 100%

**DO NOT USE FOR NAVIGATION.

Artificial Reefs
Aids to Navigation
Platform
Pipeline
Wrecks and Obstructions
Shipping Lanes
AnchorageAreas
Unexploded Ordnances

How to

Note - Click the timer button to show a time slider in the bottom. To see all data, expand the slider from beginning to the end.

Default time slider shows 1-day range.


Thumb index can be expanded like below.

** time slider moves every 3 seconds and loop automatically.

KML & REST

Gliders

Teledyne Webb glider: unit 202 (WMOID:4801529) - Picked up by fishermen. No longer operate.

GERG glider Reville: unit 307 (WMOID:4801527)

GERG glider: unit 308 (WMOID:4801528)

TAMU Galveston Deep glider Dora: unit 199 (WMOID:4801530)

Hypoxia Layers

Hypoxic area in the past
Hypoxia 2013 Contours
Hypoxia 2012 Contours
Hypoxia 2011 Contours
Hypoxia 2010 Contours
Hypoxia 2009 Contours
Hypoxia 2008 Summer Contours
Hypoxia 2008 Contours
Hypoxia 2007 Contours
Hypoxia 2006 Contours
Hypoxia 2005 Contours
Hypoxia 2004 Contours
Hypoxia 2003 Contours
Hypoxia 2002 Contours
Hypoxia 2001 Contours