RU16 has successfully completed glider flight 100. In 24 days it flew 650 km from its place of birth on Cape Cod, MA to its new home in New Jersey. During its flight RU16 completed five cross-shelf and along-shelf sections, collected valuable physical and biological data about the whole Mid-Atlantic Bight during the spring transition time. The glider was recovered just off the coast of NJ near Tuckerton on April 6th, exactly as planned. Congratulations to the RU glider team for completing a perfect flight!
Here is the final dataset along the Endurance Line from the RU16 flight: