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Buoy Workshop: Submitted Abstracts

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Dan Frye Dan Frye, Jon Ware, Walter Paul, Mark Grosenbaugh, Lee Freitag, Matt Grund, Don Peters, John Kemp, Will Ostrom and Norm Farr Technology for Ocean Observatories- Experience with Three Prototype Systems
Hubert Pelletier Hubert Pelletier, iXSEA SAS, and Max Audric New acoustic release product line for deep sea, cold water and extreme long life mooring lines deployment and positioning
hugh milburn Hugh Milburn and Christian Meinig (NOAA/PMEL) PICO UPDATE
Rick Cole 1University of South Florida, College of Marine Science, St. Petersburg, FL The Best Kept Secret in Oceanography
J. Michael Strick J. Michael Strick, Chris Meinig (NOAA-PMEL), Don Conlee (NDBC) Recent Experiences with Hydrogen Gas (H2) Generation in Buoy Wells and Resulting Mitigation.
James Cappellini James Cappellini, Heri Berteaux, Mooring Systems, Inc. Failure Analysis and Redesign of the HAARP One-Hop Mooring
Thomas Consi T.R. Consi, G. Barske, H. Bootsma, T. Hansen, J. Janssen, V. Klump, R. Paddock and J. T. Waples GLUCOS: A Buoy-Based Sensor Network for Lake Michigan
Steve Ruberg Ruberg, SA, Muzzi, RW, Lane, JC, Miller, TC - NOAA/Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab Real-time Environmental Coastal Observation Network
Debbie Lampe Debbie Lampe, CLS America, Inc.; Bill Woodward, CLS America, Inc. Argos 3 - The Next Generation
John Walpert John Walpert, Dr. Norman Guinasso, Kevin Lamonte, Texas A&M University - GERG Dr. Lisa Campbell, Patrick Spooner -Texas A&M University Detection of Harmful Algal Blooms Using the Texas Automated Buoy System (TABS)
Noah Lawrence-Slavas Noah Lawrence-Slavas, NOAA PMEL (Bldg. #3), 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA, Ph: (206) 526-6209, Noah.Lawrence-Slavas@noaa.gov and Christian Meinig, Pacific Marine Environmental Lab, NOAA, Seattle, WA The Kuroshio Extension Observatory: Success and lessons learned during the first 18 months
Andrew Hamilton Andrew Hamilton (MBARI) & Mark Chaffey (MBARI) Long term survivability of the MOOS EOM Cabled Mooring System
Richard P. Trask Richard P. Trask, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Surface Mooring Synthetics: Can we stretch more life out of them?
Svein Erik Aasen Svein Erik Aasen The SEAWATCH system now also featuring tsunami surveilance
Edward Kerns, Jr. Edward C. Kerns, Jr, Irradiance, Inc. Report to NOAA NDBC
Norman Farr N. Farr, D. Frye, M. Grosenbaugh, W. Paul, D. Peters, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA Development of a Nylon EOM Mooring Cable for Moored Ocean Observatories
Walter Paul Walter Paul, Woods Hole Oceanogrphic Institution High Stretch Shock Absorbers for Buoy Moorings
Chung-Chu Teng Chung-Chu Teng, Landry Bernartd, Rodney Riley, Stennis Space Center, MS NDBC's New Compact Data Buoy System
David Sparks David Sparks and Brian Montague, SeaLandAire Technologies, Inc. SeaLandAire’s Persistent UnManned Autonomous Buoy (PUMA Buoy) is designed to be
David B. Stewart David B. Stewart, OPT Autonomous Power Buoys for Remote Ocean Locations
Andrew Clark Dr. Andrew Clark - IOOS Industry Liaison, Dr. David Green - NOAA Tsunami Program Manager, Elizabeth Tirpak - U.S. Department of State IOOS Industry Information Exchange Forum
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