Jun 04

macMini NetBooter

1.  Connect to mckay.usc.edu.
2.  Point a browser to 192.168.2.5.
3.  You should know the username and password.
4.  The main webpage is “Operational Status” .
5.  From this page, you can ‘”Reboot” the outlet.  The macMini is connected to Outlet 1.
6.  From this page you can also “Reset” the “Autoping/Reboot Status”.
7.  From the Autoping page, the various autoping parameters can be edited.

Apr 29

Datahost Dockserver account

Connect to TWR glider forum using your own user account

Connect to TWR glider forum using your own user account

Open the following html page:
https://datahost.webbresearch.com/gmcclient.php

If you are a registered user of the TWR glider forum you can proceed with logging in. Each person from your organization will need their forum user name to be associated with this account. Please let us know who the members should be and their forum user names.

Open Glider Terminal

Open Glider Terminal

Click on the link for the Glider Terminal and open using Java web start.

Add the Dockserver to the list

Add the Dockserver to the list

Ensure that our Dockserver User “USC” is at the end. Now we cannot view gliders which do not belong to us. This is definitely a good thing for everyone!

Ensure that the Dockserver is connected!

Ensure that the Dockserver is connected!

All done!

Apr 22

How to view logs from glider connections directly on the Dockserver

Connect to the Dockserver

  • Connect to the USC Lab VPN at Mckay.usc.edu by following the instructions here.

Client Tools at 192.168.2.20

Client Tools at 192.168.2.20

Choose the Glider whose logs need to be seen

Choose the Glider whose logs need to be seen

Look into the “logs” folder

Look into the "logs" folder

Scroll down and select the latest log file corresponding to the last glider call.

Scroll down and select the latest log file corresponding to the last glider call.

View the log.

View the log.

Oct 05

Glider Images from the Southern Transect – 10/1/12 through 10/4/12

These curtain plots show data immediately after the end of the OCSD wastewater diversion.

The recent warm front can clearly be seen in the temperature plot.

Surface chlorophyll concentrations were patchy and were highest just South of the OCSD outfall pipes. Wide subsurface chlorophyll bands persist downcoast. There was also a strong increase in chlorophyll fluorescence near the deep outfall pipe.

Sep 30

Glider Images – September 28 – Southern transect

Sep 26

SCCWRP Glider images – Northern transect

The SCCWRP Webb slocum glider, Carmen, has been traversing the Northern transect. Interpolation has been used to fill gaps in the currently available data.

Sep 26

USC glider images – 9/23-9/25 – Southern transect

Sep 24

USC glider images 9/20-9/22 – Southern transect

Sep 23

USC, UCSC, and SCCWRP glider transects during 2012 OCSD diversion

 

For the Orange County Sanitation District wastewater diversion, four Teledyne Webb Slocum gliders are being deployed in rotation through collaboration of the University of Southern California, the University of California Santa Cruz, and the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Three gliders are deployed simultaneously in the glider paths shown above. The Northern orange transect and Southern blue transect overlap to create an area of higher coverage around the nearshore and offshore outfall pipes (shown in green and red respectively).

Sep 23

USC Glider Images 9/17-9/21

These images were created from a single glider, USC’s HeHaPe, running portions of Northern and Southern transects. The Southern transect consists of data from 9/20/12 and 9/21/12. The Northern transect shows data collected on 9/17 and 9/18.

Previous posts have used a scale of 0-5µg/L for chlorophyll a, however, we have increased the scale to 0-10µg/L due to increases in regional chlorophyll a.

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