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The Multiple Opening-Closing Net Environmental Sensing System (MOCNESS) enables collections of plankton from multiple ocean depths. Irina Köster, a visiting graduate student form Germany with Scripps biological oceanographer Mark Ohman, put it to use during a September 2014 CCE-LTER (California Current Ecosystem Long-Term Ecological Research) cruise off the California coast.

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