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This project will develop and implement robust real-time monitoring of harmful algal blooms via satellite-based telemetry. Monitoring phytoplankton communities offshore presents a challenge in terms of power and connectivity. With these funds, the team will implement a new data management model, as well as operationalize the pairing of a sampling bot (IFCB) with an autonomous surface vehicle that provides both power and connectivity within the Northeast HAB Observing Network.

PI: Michael Brosnahan, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 

IRA Funded Ocean Technology Transition award: $1,197,911 


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