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Here’s Roger at another lead, deploying the CTD-O. You can see the very thin line that we use to lower the CTD-O heading down into the dark water. We had to clear away a bit of thin ice in the lead, and keep it clear using a white plastic kitchen strainer (in Roger’s left hand).

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