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Old 07-02-2016, 07:29 PM   #1
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Good VIZ Alert! Brookings N to Rogue river

as of 7/1 charts, the entire OR coast still a hot mess of plankton orgy,

EXCEPT!! Brookings all the way to Rogue river looked pretty fine, a tongue of clear offshore water intruded. well under 1.0 mg/m3 water. if it's still there, could be 25-30+ ft viz. Could change fast though with murk/orgy waters north and south of that stretch. I'll post again when 7/2 satellites report, late tonight or Sun am. (starting to dream of 10" abs..., I'm off work thru Tues and about shaken off my sinus cold.)

no 7/1 images came in for WA, sorry northern bro's and gals.
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Re: Good VIZ Alert! Brookings N to Rogue river

7/2 plankton chart for Brookings north to rogue river might be even better, a bit obscured by clouds near beach but nearshore even bluer.

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Old 07-05-2016, 02:11 PM   #3
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Re: Good VIZ Alert! Brookings N to Rogue river

as of 7/4 mid-day satellite, that blob of clearer water has migrated to north of rogue river. South of Rogue river to south of Brookings now pretty planktony.
North oregon coast is pretty much a plankton orgy.
Neah looked pretty good, 1.0 mg/m3 or so, maybe better.
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