Offshore buoy monitoring systems, the advanced instruments they carry, and the data they provide are used in a broad range of applications. Some of these include scientific research, marine and weather forecasting and more.
Articles Tagged: water quality monitoring
These data buoys enable quick, easy deployment yet remain stable and keep sending data, no matter the surrounding conditions.
A water quality monitoring buoy with radio telemetry transmits data from Upper Lyman lake to the geology laboratory at Carleton College.
American Electric Power
The Racine Hydroelectric Plant continually monitors dissolved oxygen in the Ohio River to ensure levels do not fall out of regulation.
Greater Orlando Aviation Authority
To meet Clean Water Act goals and ensure the effectiveness of its stormwater pollution prevention plan, GOAA developed a monitoring program.
Old Woman Creek NERR
An automated water monitoring system was installed at Old Woman Creek Nature Preserve to help inform preservation efforts.