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Cruise Report on TAO Real-time Monitoring Buoy System in the Pacific Ocean in April 2010
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  • Journal title : Ocean and Polar Research
  • Volume 33, Issue 4,  2011, pp.507-516
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology
  • DOI : 10.4217/OPR.2011.33.4.507
 Title & Authors
Cruise Report on TAO Real-time Monitoring Buoy System in the Pacific Ocean in April 2010
Kim, Dong-Guk; Kim, Seon-Jeong; Lee, Ha-Woong;
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 Abstract
Tropical Atmosphere Ocean/Triangle Trans-Ocean Buoy Network (TAO/TRITON) Array is the series of buoys for the international ocean research project, which is mostly supported by National Ocean and Atmosphere Administration (NOAA) and Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC). We can determine the effect of the equatorial and Pacific Ocean conditions on global climate change from buoy array measurement data. The TAO/TRITON array comprises around 70 measurement buoys from north to south in the tropics and between Galpagos and New Guinea. NOAA maintains ATLAS buoys in the central and eastern Pacific between and , and JAMSTEC maintains the 12 buoys in the western Pacific along , , and . The KA-10-03 cruise excursion provided us with a good opportunity to obtain knowledge on oceanic buoy operation and maintenance. Further, we learned advanced techniques and know-how on buoy operation and maintenance. Once we are confident with our buoy management and maintenance techniques, both KORDI and NOAA technicians may be able to help each other when needed and share available resources.
 Keywords
TAO/TRITON array;ATLAS buoy;global climate change;NOAA;KA-10-03 cruise;
 Language
Korean
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