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Deploying Dissolved Oxygen Sensors On Crab Pots for Ocean Observations Researchers Partner With Fishermen to Use Auto- Reporting Bottom-Positioned Sensors for Ocean Research Public Deposited

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  • Over the past decade, regional ocean observing systems have been established along nearly the entirety of the U.S. coastlines, forming a major component of the national Integrated Ocean Observing System (100S). Observations from these systems provide information to support decision making by governmental agencies and commercial enterprises, such as shipping and fishing. A major challenge facing any observing system is achieving cost-effective spatial and temporal coverage for resolving the physical, biological and chemical processes that occur in the coastal ocean, with timescales ranging from less than a day to decades and spatial scales from a kilometer to coastwide. Observational buoys are too few, and ship-based towed platforms can only cover a small area of the ocean for a limited amount of time. AUVs, such as gliders, combine some aspects of ship-based and moored platforms; however, in the coastal ocean the operational costs remain relatively high.
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  • Shearman, R., & Childress, J. (2012). Deploying dissolved oxygen sensors on crab pots for ocean observations researchers partner with fishermen to use auto-reporting bottom-positioned sensors for ocean research. Sea Technology, 53(6), 25-30.
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  • The authors would like to thank Oregon Sea Grant for providing initial funding for this program.
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