Skip to Main Content
Table 1.

Overall statistics of the validated drifters in deployments in 2007–12 (for 2012, we did not include drifter still collecting data in January 2013). Class A salinity data are expected to be either 0.02 psu accuracy (mid- and high latitudes) or 0.05 psu accuracy (tropics). Class B data are less accurate data, but they can still be used.

Overall statistics of the validated drifters in deployments in 2007–12 (for 2012, we did not include drifter still collecting data in January 2013). Class A salinity data are expected to be either 0.02 psu accuracy (mid- and high latitudes) or 0.05 psu accuracy (tropics). Class B data are less accurate data, but they can still be used.
Overall statistics of the validated drifters in deployments in 2007–12 (for 2012, we did not include drifter still collecting data in January 2013). Class A salinity data are expected to be either 0.02 psu accuracy (mid- and high latitudes) or 0.05 psu accuracy (tropics). Class B data are less accurate data, but they can still be used.
Close Modal

or Create an Account

Close Modal
Close Modal