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

GoMoos Buoy M0106

MooringDateBufferData TypeDepthComments
M01062004-10-04 15:30ALLALL Mooring redeployed by R/V Argo Maine.
M01062005-01-19 01:00optics_dALL30Deep optics stopped updating (sending same data every hour)
M01062005-01-19 10:00aanderaaALL2Last valid data received from 2m current meter. Last buffer received 21 January at 0500z.
M01062005-01-19 22:00optics_dALL30Last data received from deep optics sensors.
M01062005-01-23 13:00goesALL0Last valid Goes data received from this buoy.
M01062005-01-25 10:00metwind_speed-4Wind speeds, gust, directions invalid.
M01062005-01-27 12:00goesALL0Goes transmission have resumed.
M01062005-02-01 06:00metwind_speed-4Valid wind readings being received again.
M01062005-02-09 13:30metwind_speed-4Wind sensor replaced.
M01062005-02-09 14:00aanderaaALL2External battery pack connected to 2m surface current meter. Valid data being received once again.
M01062005-04-09 20:00sbe37ALL100Last data received from 100m SBE37IM.
M01062005-04-09 20:00sbe37ALL250Last data received from 250m SBE37IM.
M01062005-04-09 21:00ALLALL0Buoy moved almost 400m to SSW.
M01062005-05-17 22:55ALLALL M0106 was recovered by R/V Argo Maine. 100m sbe37 missing; 150/200m sbe37 drug up just below 50m sbe37. Damage to wire rope at 100m.

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