Conditions in the middle of a great lake are hard to predict. Wave actions can vary and weather can change in a flash. For those reasons, engineers with LimnoTech chose a NexSens CB-450 Data Buoy for the project.
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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
NexSens Technology CB-450 data buoys were chosen for an experimental sensors deployment in Lake Erie. The new sensors measure wind and phosphorus.
Grand Valley State University
Biddanda and Ruberg are part of a team that has been studying the sinkhole ecosystems since 2003, which also includes GVSU researcher Scott Kendall.