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Collections of Long Bay Winter Blooms photographs.
Inn on the Square
March 28, 2011: Woods Hole (24 photos in album)
Lunch at the Liam McGuire's
March 29, 2011: In and around Falmouth (6 photos in album)
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March 30, 2011: A Day at Ashumet Pond (93 photos in album)
CTD Side View
Ramses in the Lab (3 photos in album)
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April 13, 2011: Glider Camp Day 1 (53 photos in album)
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April 14, 2011: Glider Camp Day 2 (217 photos in album)
Data Management Whiteboard
April 15, 2011: Glider Camp Day 3 (9 photos in album)
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November 2011 Glider Ballasting and Shakedown Cruise (256 photos in album)
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Pelagia Buoyancy Pump Diagnosis (15 photos in album)
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Pelagia Unknown Uninsulated Wires (5 photos in album)
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Strawman Project Schedule from NCCOOS Team Meeting (1 photos in album)
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Ramses Post-Shakedown Cruise Damage Assessment (27 photos in album)
Ramses Optode
Optode Inspection (4 photos in album)
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Ramses Optode Aft Cap Connector Inspection (8 photos in album)
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End of Field Work Equipment Recovery (35 photos in album)
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End of Field Work Equipment Recovery Day 2 (24 photos in album)
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Cruise 2 Glider Deployment (8 photos in album)
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Cruise 2 On Deck Incubator (5 photos in album)
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Cruise 1 Glider Suit Dressing (6 photos in album)
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Cruise 1 Glider Deployment (10 photos in album)
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Cruise 1 at Dock in Wilmington (7 photos in album)
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Cruise 1 Pelagia Recovery (10 photos in album)
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Cruise 3 Acrobat (5 photos in album)
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Cruise 3 Weather (4 photos in album)
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Pelagic Trip (2 photos in album)
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Ramses After November 2012 Service (5 photos in album)
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2013-04-18 (3 photos in album)

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