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WHOI deployed buoys in the Gulf of Maine will measure red tide causing organisms

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NERACOOS News

May 20, 2014

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May 20, 2014

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The University of Connecticut

The Long Island Sound Integrated Coastal Observing System (LISICOS) is a program of the University of Connecticut led by Professor James O'Donnell of the Department of Marine Sciences with the supp

The University of New Hampshire

The University of New Hampshire Coastal Carbon Group operates and maintains several buoys in the western Gulf of Maine including a sentinel ocean acidification monitoring buoy.

The University of Maine Physical Oceanography Group

The University of Maine Physical Oceanography Group operates and maintains a system of NERACOOS buoys and coastal radar stations throughout the Gulf of Maine.