Two solitary data buoys floating off the storm-tossed Lake Superior shore near Munising and Granite Island were sudden stars in 2017.
Articles Tagged: data buoy
State University of New York (SUNY)—Plattsburgh
Researchers from the State University of New York (SUNY)—Plattsburgh deployed a cellular data buoy in the lake near Valcour Island.
Superior Watershed Partnership, Lentic Environmental Services and UC-Boulder
Scientists deployed the buoy on the lake in 2017. Since then, it has provided continuous data on water quality from one mile north of the lighthouse.
Portland Water District
An extended growing season, increased rainfall, and more frequent extreme storms with more runoff washing into Maine’s lakes can feed algae.
Central Caribbean Marine Institute (CCMI)
The buoys of the Coral Reef Early Warning System are providing the entire world with weather patterns and data about climate change from the Caribbean Sea.
Deploying a data buoy safely can include many factors and changes depending on the local weather conditions and instrumentation.
Water sensor strings help lake managers who need a real-time temperature profiling system to make smart decisions, and to respond to signs of trouble in enough time to stop problems.
This week on the sensor whiteboard we discuss lake stratification and the methods that scientists employ to monitor these divisions.
Emergency response buoys are dictated by the needs of typical emergency situations although there are other deployment situations these buoys can help with.
Wave measurements can be a accomplished in various ways, we take a deeper look at buoy-based wave measurements at the NexSens blog.