GO-BGC’s sister program Deep Argo in the spotlight. 

In a recent NBC Bay Area news report “Underwater robots tracking climate change“, GO-BGC and Argo’s Sarah Purkey from Scripps Institute of Oceanography (SIO) talks about Deep Argo robots that track climate change in the deep sea.  Like GO-BGC floats that measure biogeochemicals in the ocean from 0 to 2000m, Deep Argo is capable of reaching 6000m in the ocean and can stay for long periods of time collecting data that helps scientists understand the deep ocean and how climate change may be impacting it.