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

GoMoos Buoy N0119

MooringDateBufferData TypeDepthComments
N01192015-11-04 01:55ALLALL Redeployed (turnaround) by R/V Connecticut
N01192015-11-04 02:00sbe37ALL180Data from 180m IM available via iridium but missing from Goes data stream (control box program needs to be modified).
N01192015-11-05 00:00waves_3mean_wave_direction_30Wave direction data from mstrain digital wave sensor appears noisy (180 degree changes wih tidal cycles)
N01192016-01-25 10:00sbe37ALL180180m SBE37IM data becoming somewhat intermittent
N01192016-04-09 00:00ALLALL0Buoy moved about 350m to NW during period of strong incoming currents.
N01192016-05-08 20:00ALLALL0Last data received from buoy due to problems with control box.
N01192016-05-10 16:30ALLALL0Control box program remotely recompiled and data flow has been restored (both iridium and Goes). No met, diagnostics or mstrain data available during the period with program issues (8/9 May).
N01192016-07-10 21:30ALLALL0Surface buoy has broken free from its anchor and is presently adrift (bottom instrument at 180m is still reporting).
N01192016-07-25 00:50ALLALL Subsurface float/release and surface buoy/instruments/wire/tethers were recovered by R/V Connecticut. Shackle between bottom of tethers and float was missing; no signs of damage.

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