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Ice-ocean environmental buoy program
Between 1992 and 1998, three Ice-Ocean Environmental Buoys (IOEBs) were deployed a total of six times on multiyear pack ice in the Arctic Ocean. The processing scheme for the telemetered environmental data, as well as the individual IOEBs and field operations, are described, and the processed data are presented in graphical form. The IOEB Archived Data Processing (IADP) processing scheme was conceived specifically to remove noise in data telemetered from IOEBs caused by errors in network or satellite communications, and to calibrate to absolute values. The location data consists of Argos quality 2 or 3 positions from each platform transmit terminal (PTT) on a particular IOEB, which are subsequently screened, interpolated, and combined with similarly processed locations from the other PTT, and further smoothed with a 6-hr triangular filter to produce an hourly timeseries with a standard error estimated to be -150 m. The sensor data is prefiltered, combined, adjusted for buoy drift, and screened with a Gaussian first difference filter to produce unevenly spaced timeseries of each variable measured by the IOEB. Every variable is output to a unique file per year, per buoy consisting of a two-column ACSII timeseries. Drift and sensor data are presented from the 1992 Transpolar Drift IOEB which operated for only 4 months, IOEB-1 which drifted with the Beaufort Gyre in a large anticyclonic circle from April 1992 to November 1998, and IOEB-2 which drifted through the Fram Strait in 9 months in 1994, and 1997-98 was redeployed concurrently with SHEBA at a distance 50 km from the main camp.
|Statement||by Richard Krishfield ... [et al.].|
|Series||WHOI -- 99-12., Technical report, WHOI (Series) -- 99-12., Technical report (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)|
|Contributions||Krishfield, Richard., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
In , the agency began working with boaters and community members to establish appropriate locations, distances between mooring buoys, and installation methods for mooring buoys in the harbor. In addition, Quartermaster Harbor is part of the DNR-managed Maury Island Aquatic Reserve, which was established to ensure the environmental. Submerged Heritage Preserves are historic shipwrecks and other submerged archaeological resources marked by a round mooring buoy, which provides access to the site, and a barrel-shaped navigation buoy. New York State and federal laws make these resources the shared cultural and historic legacy and.
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Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the Office of Naval Research (ONR; Code High Latitude Programs) who has been the sponsor of the program, and the Japan Marine Science and Technology Center (JAMSTEC), partner of the program, for their support to the Ice-Ocean Environmental Buoy (IOEB) program, especially Dr.
Curtin (ONR), and Dr. Hishida. Automated Ice-Ocean Environmental Buoys (IOEBs) for the Telemetry of Air, Ice and Ocean Data from the Polar Oceans.
Proc. IEEE Oceans '93, Vol. II, pp.Furthermore, these observations are being used to improve the design of the surface float as part of the Ice-Ocean Environmental Buoy Program (IOEB). Data from ice thermistor chains was collected by a logger in the surface float until the icefloe broke apart.
Upon retrieval, this information was used in the calculation of oceanic heat flux. IOEBs are deployed in one of the most difficult environments in the world to reach and exist in. These systems are not designed to be expendable, but the extreme cold temperatures and mechanical force of Arctic sea-ice make for greater risk of electrical or mechanical buoy failure than in.
You are viewing the unstyled version of this website. Either your browser does not support CSS (cascading style sheets) or it has been disabled.  In this study hydrographic data collected by the Ice‐Ocean‐Environmental Buoy (IOEB) [Honjo et al., ; Krishfield et al., ] are examined to identify mixing events reaching the halocline or deeper.
We use atmospheric data from IOEBs, as well as from the International Arctic Buoy Program (IABP), and the NCEP‐NCAR reanalyses to. An example of such observations was that collected by the Ice‐Ocean Environmental Buoys (IOEB), deployed jointly by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and Japan Marine Science and Technology Center (JAMSTEC) in Beaufort Sea in s [Honjo et al., ].
HYT Ice-ocean environmental buoy. HYT Industry: Marine Industry Standard (Recommended). Classification of Chinese Standard: N Classification of Internation. A key outcome of the International Polar Year () was the establishment of the Arctic Observing Network (AON).
The AON enabled a significant advancement in the coordinated use of instruments to monitor changes in the arctic environment on a decadal time scale. This presentation will highlight a key element of the AON: the ice mass balance (IMB) buoy network. The Office of Naval Research Marginal Ice Zone program focused on the processes that control evolution of the marginal ice zone and the potential changes that may accompany increased seasonality of sea ice.
The complex interplay between ice, ocean and atmospheric processes, and the potentially strong feedbacks among them, modulate sea ice melt. Annex 2: Wiring Diagram for CR10X Using BUOY_METSTAT Annex 3: Input Storage Locations Used by BUOY_METSTAT Annex 4: Guidelines for Assessing Station Performance Using Daily Signature and Battery Voltage Record-ings Annex 5: Battery Log Book Specimen Annex 6: Guidelines for Loading BUOY_METSTAT into Program Location 7 & 8 of SM4M Storage Module.
Maslowski and J. Kinney (Influence of oceanic circulation, heat fluxes and eddies on recent warming in the western Arctic: Results of a high‐resolution ice‐ocean model, submitted to Journal of Geophysical Research, ) synthesize some observational data and very high resolution model results in order to understand how the oceanic.
Krishfield et al. () analyzed observations of velocity in the Beaufort Sea halocline from the Ice-Ocean Environmental Buoy (IOEB) Program between and As in the AIDJEX study 20 yr previous (Manley and Hunkins ), sufficient numbers of eddies were observed to yield good statistics for eddy size, strength, and vertical structure.
for a description of the IOOS program at NDBC. These stations acquire environmental data used primarily for preparing weather warnings, analyses, and forecasts. Buoys are also used to provide ground-truth measurements for space-based observation platforms and to establish long-term environmental records for engineering applications, climate.
Institute of Occupational and Environmental Health (Latvia) Samples in periodicals archive: The WHOI PARFLUX group has collaborated over the last decade with the Japan Marine Science and Technology Center (JAMSTEC) to develop Ice-Ocean Environmental Buoys (IOEBs) for deployment in the Arctic.
Ice-based drifters with discrete subsurface instrumentation—such as the salinity Argos buoys (SALARGOS; Morison et al. ), Ice-Ocean Environmental Buoy (IOEB; Honjo et al.
), and the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) Compact Arctic Drifter (J-CAD; Kikuchi et al. )—have been successfully fielded in the. During the IPY and future observations, collaborative work with the POPS, the above-mentioned buoys (IMB buoy, Flux buoy, ITP, and so on), icebreakers, airplanes, moorings, and other new observational techniques for the Arctic Ocean will lead to important discoveries on Arctic environmental change related to the recent global warming.
 A complete description of the Ice-Ocean Environmental Buoy (IOEB) Program and the capabilities of the system are given by Honjo et al. and Krishfield et al. The buoy provides a stable platform from which a consistent and reliable time series of atmospheric, ice, and ocean data can be obtained at its location.
Ice mass balance buoys installed to measure the ice mass balance of the Arctic sea ice cover; (left) the Ice Mass Balance Buoy, designed for multiyear sea ice, and (right) the Seasonal Ice Mass Balance Buoy (SIMB) developed in response to the recent dramatic shift to a younger, thinner ice cover.
Buoy Components include an above ice acoustic sounder, under ice acoustic sounder, and a. The buoy effort also provides important data to the Office of Naval Research Seasonal Ice Zone Reconnaissance Surveys (SIZRS) program, which is the core of their Arctic and Global Prediction Program.
This program is designed to prepare students for careers in the dynamic field of environmental science, which is concerned with monitoring humanity's impact on the Earth and solving environmental problems. Students graduating from this program might work in environmental education centers, public relations firms, testing labs, environmental research organizations.
The MPC-Buoy is specially designed for large water surfaces and combines online water quality monitoring, web-based software and ultrasound technology to provide a complete and cost-effective treatment against algae in lakes, ponds and drinking water reservoirs.
The concept. 1. Monitor Water Quality The MPC-Buoy provides a complete overview of the water quality by collecting the following.To better understand the response of the western Arctic upper ocean to late summer ice-ocean interactions, a range of surface, interior, and basal sea ice conditions were simulated in a 1-D.