Two solitary data buoys floating off the storm-tossed Lake Superior shore near Munising and Granite Island were sudden stars in 2017.
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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.
University of Wisconsin
There are many different networks out there, which are largely supported by government agencies and universities. Maintaining these networks, including servicing old buoys or launching new ones, is a big and important job.
U.S. Geological Survey
NexSens data buoys help protect Great Lakes tourism by making E. Coli forecasts possible, as well as setting an example for other monitoring projects.
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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.
University of Michigan
In collaboration with the NDBC, researchers are seeking to better understand coastal resources and processes of Grand Traverse Bay.