Week of 6/2: System status NORMAL. To check individual assets and information, visit ioos.us and/or the Environmental Sensor Map.

This project will deploy low-cost, in-lake observing platforms capable of capturing the full wave spectrum in real-time. Deployments will initially focus on the Great Lakes, but are ultimately scalable to any coastline. These platforms will: address the high frequency water level fluctuations gap and the evaluate their coastal impacts; collect year-round, in-lake data, providing timely information related to coastal hazards; and offer interested communities low-cost, easy-to-use monitoring platforms to enhance the spatial resolution of the observing network.

PI: Shelby Brunner, Great Lakes Observing System 

IRA Funded Ocean Technology Transition award: $1,199,426 


U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System
1315 East-West Highway 2nd Floor
Silver Spring, MD 20910

(240) 533-9444

Privacy Policy  |  Disclaimer  |  Contact Webmaster  |  Survey  |  Information Quality  |  FOIA  |  EEO  |  DEIA | Accessibility

Website Owner: National Ocean Service  |  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration  |  Department of Commerce  |  USA.gov

indicates a link leaves the site. View our Link Disclaimer for more information.