PhOG, School of Marine Science, University of Maine UMOOS Moored Buoy Sensor Information
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School of Marine Sciences
University of Maine


Sensor Information for UMOOS Mooring: A0141

Mooring History:
DateBuffer NameData TypeDepthComments
2019-06-01 01:21ALLALL deployed by the R/V Connecticut
2019-07-14 01:10ALLALL0Last cellphone connection received from buoy. Backup GOES transmissions continue to work although certain variables missing from backup data stream (50m O2).
2019-11-26 13:40ALLALL Recovered by R/V Connecticut. The locking rings on the SBE43 DO sensor and pump were loose; otherwise all looked okay.


Notes: Sensors highlighted in red indicate problems with this sensor during deployment. Depth is measured relative to the ocean surface with positive depths indicating depths below the ocean surface. Negative depths are heights above the surface. In the case of doppler current measurements, the depth indicates depth of first measurement:delta-depth:depth of last measurement. For instance, 10:4:106 represents currents measured every 4 meters from 10 meters down to 106 meters (28 depths in all).



Data TypeDepth (m)Real TimeSensor S/NManufacturerModelSample IntervalAveraging Period (min)Update Interval (min)UnitsAccuracy
Y1 sample060.0
barometric_pressure-3YSETPR2448667Setra2701 hz810.0millibars1.0000
air_temperature-3YCAMAT047Campbell107_L1 sample/8 seconds810.0deg C0.9000
visibility-3YAANVS933Aanderaa_Instruments35441 hz810.0m10.0000
gps_lat-4YBAEGP014970BAE/NavTech/Canadian_Marconi100-601903-0021 sample/hour0.060.0degrees0.0002
gps_lon-4YBAEGP014970BAE/NavTech/Canadian_Marconi100-601903-0021 sample/hour0.060.0degrees0.0002
wind_speed-4YRMYWM102555RM_Young05106-51 hz810.0m/s0.3000
wind_direction-4YRMYWM102555RM_Young05106-51 hz810.0degrees10.0000
wind_gust-4YRMYWM102555RM_Young05106-55 sec810.0m/s0.3000
wind_2_speed-4YGILWM1839000771 hz810.0
wind_2_direction-4YGILWM1839000771 hz810.0
wind_2_gust-4YGILWM1839000775 sec810.0
int_temp0YUMECB122University_of_MaineGOM011 sample/hour0.060.0deg C0.9000
significant_wave_height0YSUMAC0902A01080Summit34203A2 hz1730.0meters0.3000
dominant_wave_period0YSUMAC0902A01080Summit34203A2 hz1730.0seconds1.0000
temperature1YSBESM4930Sea-Bird_Electronics,_IncSBE37SM1 sample030.0deg C0.0050
conductivity1YSBESM4930Sea-Bird_Electronics,_IncSBE37SM1 sample030.0mS/cm0.0100
temperature2YAANCM2021 sample060.0
current_u2YAANCM20210 hz160.0
current_v2YAANCM20210 hz160.0
temperature20YSBEIM2009Sea-Bird_Electronics,_IncSBE37IM1 sample060.0deg C0.0050
conductivity20YSBEIM2009Sea-Bird_Electronics,_IncSBE37IM1 sample060.0mS/cm0.0100
temperature50YSBESC4466Sea-Bird_Electronics,_IncSBE16plusIMP1 sample060.0
conductivity50YSBESC4466Sea-Bird_Electronics,_IncSBE16plusIMP1 sample060.0
dissolved_oxygen50YSBEDO430469Sea-Bird_Electronics,_Inc.SBE431 sample060.0ml/l0.5000
temperature51YUMESB0031 sample060.0
conductivity51YUMESB0031 sample060.0
dissolved_oxygen51YAANDO229Aanderaa_InstrumentsOptode_38351 sample060.0ml/l0.5000
current_u::0YRDIWK2008RD_InstrumentsWHS-3001 sample/6 sec860.0cm/sec0.5000
current_v::0YRDIWK2008RD_InstrumentsWHS-3001 sample/6 second860.0cm/sec0.5000


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