Application of Real-Time Monitoring Buoy Systems for Physical and Biochemical Parameters in the Coastal Ocean around the Korean Peninsula

The development of real time ocean monitoring buoys and their application in the coastal ocean around the Korean Peninsula provide implications for future directions of buoy monitoring. In order to increase payload capacity allowing additional sensors to be incorporated, power supply and data need to be enhanced to a maximum. With regards to two- way telemetry, communication utilizing larger quantities of data, commands, and responses needs to be pursued in the future.Other efforts toward the improvement of mooring design would open the possibility of integrating additional sensors for the seafloor and the earth below, combining the advantages of a subsurface mooring with the capacities of a surface mooring.

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  • Accession Number: 01003683
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 9 2005 6:14PM