BioSWOT-Med cruise : Interview with Stéphanie Barrillon
The FF-ADCP and the CTD
The ADCP and CTD are two classical instruments for measuring oceanic physical characteristics. Stéphanie Barrillon, researcher at MIO, explains how they work.
THE INSTRUMENTS OF OCEANOGRAPHERS – Stéphanie Barrillon, is a researcher at the Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography (MIO) CNRS/INSU in Marseille, France. Her research focuses on the investigation of the oceanic vertical velocities and their impact. During the BioSWOT-Med campaign she will be in charge, among others, to deploy and analyze data from the ADCP and CTD. She explains what they are and how they work.
Contact : Tosca Ballerini
Ready for the VVP Test – Julio cruise (R/V Antédon II, June 2022)
FF-ADCP deployment (R/V Antédon II, June 2022)
New VVP prototype being tested in the Marseille Bay, near Frioul Island (R/V Astroides, March 2023)
The two VVP prototypes ready (March 2023)
The two VVP prototypes being tested together for the first time in the Marseille Bay, near Frioul Island (R/V Astroides, March 2023)