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Air-Sea Interaction Meteorology: The ASIMET System

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NTAS buoy alone in the Atlantic
row of buoys during instrument burn-in
Toroid-shape buoy
buoys during burn-in at WHOI
Buoy made of Surlyn foam
NTAS buoy
STRATUS buoy off Chile
2005 CLIMODE buoy
NTAS buoy alone in the Atlantic
From a distance, ASIMET buoys look pretty much the same, but up close you can find evidence of constant refinement. Here's a synopsis of changes over the last 18 years. (photo courtesy Robert Weller, WHOI)