PhOG, School of Marine Science, University of Maine GoMOOS Buoy History
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School of Marine Sciences
University of Maine

GoMoos Buoy E0131

MooringDateBufferData TypeDepthComments
E01312014-06-02 17:12ALLALL Redeployed by R/V Connecticut.
E01312014-07-17 05:00wavesALL0Last data from microstrain directional wave sensor.
E01312014-08-21 17:35wavesALL0Microstrain directional wave sensor swapped out from R/V C-Bold. New sensor working fine.
E01312014-09-12 13:30ALLALL0Buoy has started to move slowly to the west. After watching positions, it is clear that the buoy has broken free from its anchor - all data continue to report (including 87m SBE16)
E01312014-09-14 22:15sbe16ALL0Last data received from SBE16 at 87m.
E01312014-09-19 15:45ALLALL Recovered by R/V Connecticut at 43 22N, 69 57W (buoy adrift). Shackle below 87m SBE16 cage was completely missing.

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