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R/V Ronald H. Brown Daily Summaries

Daily Summary July 24, 2002, DOY = 205

The winds were from the northeast throughout the period with wind speeds dropping and becoming more easterly along the Maine coast after noon ET. The ship left the area off Seabrook where she had spent the night and began the long transit up the New Hampshire/Maine coast. A number of individual point-source plumes were detected along the route and biogenic signatures were seen, especially early in the transit. However during most of the period the air was remarkably clean. The ship turned southeastward near the US/Canadian border and returned to the Portsmouth area by a route that was slightly more offshore.

For all plots, time is indicated in GMT. Eastern time is -5 hours.

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Location
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Temperature, Pressure
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Sea Surface Temperature, Relative Humidity
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True Wind Speed, Direction
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Ship Speed, Direction
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Relative Wind Speed, Direction

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