The Cal State Shark Lab uses modern sensing technology to study the behavior of the growing shark population along the California coast.
Articles Tagged: data buoys
This article contains only general information on the available mooring options for NexSens data buoys. Developing an effective mooring strategy requires reviewing various application-specific criteria (water level fluctuations, currents and wave action, debris loads, etc.) before deployment. This document is intended to provide a starting place for mooring design and is by no means comprehensive. […]
Northern Michigan University
Two solitary data buoys floating off the storm-tossed Lake Superior shore near Munising and Granite Island were sudden stars in 2017.
US Army Corps of Engineers
To make sure the currents are flowing properly the USACE uses a NexSens CB-450 Data Buoy with a Seatek Ultrasonic Ranging System.
There are many ways to deploy monitoring buoys, and many situations that might benefit from the monitoring power this kind of platform brings.
Lake Erie buoys have a host of unique challenges to meet as they help researchers and managers acquire the data they need to protect an iconic lake.
Monitor water quality and collect limnological data with lake buoys; keeping an eye on lake health year round for water managers, and many others.
Water monitoring buoys are an easy and cost-efficient way to conduct research and monitor water quality reliably, with highly accurate data.
Environmental monitoring buoys offer many benefits to users. They are reliable, simple to use, perform well, and provide highly accurate data.
Coastal buoy monitoring systems, which are subjected to harsh and unpredictable weather and other forces, are simple to use and promise highly accurate performance despite punishing conditions.