Ocean climate monitoring.
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Ning, Chun Lin
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Measuring ocean physics and atmospheric conditions at the sea-surface has been taking place for decades in our world’s oceans. Enhancing R&D technologies developed in Federal and academic institutions and laboratories such as WHOI’s Vector Averaging Current Meter (VACM, 1970s) and NOAA – PMEL’s: Autonomous Temperature Line Acquisition System (ATLAS, 1980s) as example, in situ ocean measurements and realtime telemetry for data processing and dissemination from remote areas of oceans and seas are now common place. A transition of this “ocean monitoring” technology has occurred with additional support from individual and group innovative efforts in the field of ocean instrumentation. As a result, long-term monitoring of ocean processes and changes has become more accessible to the research community at large. Here; we discuss a “Hybrid” air-sea interaction deep-sea monitoring system that has been developed in the private sector to mirror ocean-climate community data streams and.....
JournalFrontiers in Marine Science
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)N/A
CitationCole, R., Kinder, J., Yu, W., Ning, C.L., Wang, F. and Chao, Y. (2019) Ocean Climate Monitoring. Frontier in Marine Science, 6:503, 5pp. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2019.00503
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