Observing an anticyclonic eddy in the South China Sea using multiple underwater gliders
"Mesoscale eddies, as a considerable contributor to the transport of ocean heat, dissolved oxygen and other biochemical tracers, have an important influence on the distribution of marine resources and global climate change. The purpose of this research is to capture the high variability of an anticyclonic eddy in South China Sea to observe its thermohaline vertical structure in different transections. [...]"
Source: OCEANS 2018 MTS/IEEE Charleston
Authors: Shufeng Li et al.