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At the end of each day, Roger gave the CTD-O a nice freshwater bath back at Alert. It’s nice to treat your instruments with respect! Especially after they’ve been hanging around in cold, salty water and cold, dry air. Shown here is our main instrument (bottom), as well as our back-up (top). (Gotta have back-ups for everything in the arctic.)

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