ALPS: Autonomous and Lagrangian Platforms and Sensors
A Report of the Workshop Held March 31–April 2, 2003 in La Jolla, CA

Biogeochemical-Argo Science & Implementation Plan

Journal Articles

Elipot, S., R. Lumpkin, R. C. Perez, J. M. Lilly, J.J. Early, and A.M. Sykulski. 2016. A global surface drifter data set at hourly resolution. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans 121:2937–2966,

Moline, M.A., S.M. Blackwell, C. Von Alt, B. Allen, T. Austin, J. Case, N. Forrester, R. Goldsborough, M. Purcell, and R. Stokey. 2005. Remote environmental monitoring units: An autonomous vehicle for characterizing coastal environments. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 22:1797–1808,

Perry, M.J., and D.L. Rudnick. 2003. Observing the ocean with Autonomous and Lagrangian Platforms and Sensors (ALPS): The role of ALPS in sustained observing systems. Oceanography 16:31–36,

Reineman, B.D., L. Lenain, and W. K. Melville. 2016. The use of ship-launched fixed-wing UAVs for measuring the marine atmospheric boundary layer and ocean surface processes. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 33:2029–2052,

Riser, S.C., H.J. Freeland, D. Roemmich, S. Wijffels, A. Troisi, M. Belbeoch, D. Gilbert, J. P. Xu, S. Pouliquen, A. Thresher, P.Y. Le Traon, G. Maze, B. Klein, M. Ravichandran, F. Grant, P. M. Poulain, T. Suga, B. Lim, A. Sterl, P. Sutton, K.A. Mork, P.J. Velez-Belch, I. Ansorge, B. King, J. Turton, M. Baringer, and S.R. Jayne. 2016. Fifteen years of ocean observations with the global Argo array. Nature Climate Change 6:145–153,

Rudnick, D.L. 2016. Ocean research enabled by underwater gliders. Annual Review of Marine Science 8:519–541,

Rudnick, D.L., R.E. Davis, C.C. Eriksen, D.M. Fratantoni, and M.J. Perry. 2004. Underwater gliders for ocean research. Marine Technology Society Journal 38:73–84,