Introducing the RBR Three or Free calibration guarantee

Three or Free calibration guarantee

With the time and money you invest in every deployment, you need to make sure your instruments are in top shape and producing accurate data. Regular calibration of your instruments is a key to great data. That said, we understand that planning for calibration can be tough, especially if you are under tight timelines. You want to be sure you … Read More

OSM 2022 – RBR Instrumentation User Workshop

Join the RBR Instrumentation User Workshop Thursday, February 24, 2022 | 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM ET (UTC-05:00)   This comprehensive workshop is exclusive to OSM 2022 attendees and will cover the essentials of RBR instruments and data management to help you get the most from your ocean observing equipment: Best practices for improving the quality of field data. Practical … Read More

Pushing what’s possible: High resolution estuarine sampling using rapid vertical profiling

Rocky Geyer - Boat Returning

Dr. Rocky Geyer, Senior Scientist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, specializes in estuarine and coastal transport processes, sediment transport, and numerical modeling of estuaries and river plumes. But in actuality, everything Geyer studies boils down to a deep love of nature and physics. “At its core, science is about answering questions and understanding. For me, understanding how water mixes or … Read More

The SUNRISE Project: Using RBR instruments to unravel mixing in the Gulf of Mexico

Wirewalker mooring being deployed off the R/V Pelican (photo credit: Dr. Jen MacKinnon)

The coastal ocean is a dynamic and productive environment, critical for the success of fisheries, tourism, and local economies. But these productive environments are also associated with a variety of complex oceanographic features. To better understand and protect these ecosystems, many physical oceanographers are diving deeper into the dynamics that drive mixing and water exchange. Complex coastal features like currents … Read More

Sampling by Snorkelling: Using the RBRconcerto C.T.D.ODO.Tu to sample mangroves and coral reefs in the Florida Keys

Snorkelling through coral reefs and kayaking through mangroves is undoubtedly not how most ocean scientists would think to deploy a CTD. But thanks to RBR’s easy-to-use, lightweight CTD, SEA Semester students researching coral reefs and mangroves along the Florida Keys were able to do just that. Based in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Sea Education Association (SEA) is a leading non-profit, independent … Read More

RBR loggers deployed in the Cretan Sea (Eastern Mediterranean Sea) to monitor climatic change impact on the marine environment

In February 2021, two deep-sea moorings were deployed in the west Cretan Sea strait (south Aegean Sea) between Crete and Antikythira. The moorings were equipped with two RBRconcerto3 deep-sea loggers, including pressure, temperature, conductivity, and RBRcoda T.ODO dissolved oxygen sensors. The RBR loggers were deployed both at the strait bottom (~900 m) and at intermediate depth (300 m), paired with … Read More