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

GoMoos Buoy M0126

MooringDateBufferData TypeDepthComments
M01262016-10-08 14:50ALLALL Redeployed by R/V PISCES
M01262016-10-08 15:00sbe16ALL256SBE16+ with transmissometer failed during deployment (no response from talk-through)
M01262016-10-08 15:00sbe37ALL20200m SBE37IM during deployment (no response from talk-through)
M01262016-10-08 15:00diagnosticsgps_2_lat, gps_2_lon0No backup Goes GPS positions being received; primary GPS working along with trackpack.
M01262016-10-21 12:00ALLALL0Problems seen with datalogger including corrupt Goes buffers (datalogger issues w/Goes xmitter coms), corrupt visibility and pressure (Goes interference), int. doppler.
M01262016-10-23 16:00sbe37ALL20Data from all inductive modem instruments started to become extremely intermittent (includes SBE37IMs and SBE44/SUNAs)
M01262016-10-28 22:00sbe37ALL20Last data received from any IM instrument (includes SBE37IMs and SBE44/SUNAs)
M01262016-10-28 23:00aanderaaALL2Last data received from surface current meter.
M01262017-02-09 21:30metwind_speed,wind_gust,wind_direction-4Backup RMYoung wind measurements flagged as invalid (speeds too low)
M01262017-02-13 21:30ALLALL0Buoy broke free from its anchor during storm, drifting to the south.
M01262017-02-21 14:30ALLALL Recovered by John and Ian off the Scarlet Isabella, 8 days after breaking free. Tethers cut.

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