Movie of May 3rd Ebb Tide Drifter Trajectories

The above movie was made by Matthew Spydell. It shows May 3rd ebb tide drifter trajectories from the RIVET experiment at New River Inlet. Bathymetry is shaded. Land regions are in gray. The bar on top indicates elapsed time (in hours) since the start of the release. For more information on this release look at this blog entry.  This movie … Read More

FTP data site is now up

RIVET-ers:   our ftp data site is now up.   We are slowly in the process of putting processed and quality controlled data onto it.   To access the ftp site please ftp to or use the ftp shell program and ftp to  with username “rivet” If you would like access to the data please email falk feddersen (ffeddersen at … Read More

Results from both WireWalkers : both deployments

All the Wirewalker data has now been processed.   Below are plots for WW1 deployment 2 and WW2 deployments 1 & 2.   Note in the plots below that the dark cross-hatched areas are times when the WW data is bad.   See the previous post for the map of the WW locations. WW1 Deployment 2 WireWalker 2, deployment 1 WireWalker 2, deployment … Read More

WireWalker #1 Deployment 1 results

We now have our first look at the wirewalker (WW) mooring observations.   The wirewalkers use the up and down motion of the sea-surface to move a CTD+fluorometer profiling package up and down the water column.   As such, good vertical and tempral resolution of the watercolumn can be acheived with a single sensor.    During RIVET-I, we deployed 2 WW in … Read More