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2013 RV Kilo Moana Cruise
 

The R/V Kilo Moana is an oceanographic research vessel operated by the University of Hawai School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology. The cruise took place in Augut September 2013. The cruise area included North Pacific Ocean between US West Coast and Hawaii. Fifty-two (52) measurement series spanning 13 days were acquired.

Dr. Maija Heller from University of Southern California (Los Angeles, California) was the Principal Investigator for optical depth measurements and operated a sunphotometer onboard.

 
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Sunset in the Pacific
Sunset in the Pacific
Dr. Maija Heller and Dr. David Stahl (University of Washington, Seattle, WA) onboard
Dr. Maija Heller and Dr. David Stahl (University of Washington, Seattle, WA) onboard
 
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