Status of Sensors for Physical Oceanographic Measurements
This paper draws from recent workshops held by the Alliance for Coastal Technologies to summarize the present status of sensors and sensor platforms for making physical oceanographic observations. Technologies reviewed include those for current measurements, HF Radar, wave sensors, drifting buoys, profiling floats, surface meteorological observations, and automated vessel-based systems, as well as related issues of data telemetry and biofouling.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2008-03-01
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