Design and deployment of Low-Cost Drifting Buoys for coastal monitoring applications


Several Low-Coast Drifting Buoys (LCDB) have been designed and constructed at ICMAN-CSIC to determine flow characteristics of The Guadalquivir Estuary. Position and velocity of the driftes can be sent to a local server every ten minutes. The battery module has been dimensioned to provide experiment duration longer than two weeks. Flow patterns registered by the LCDB successfully match Acoustic Doppler Current (ADC) data from some others moored ADC profilers

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Revistes Catalanes amb Accés Obert

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This paper was published in Revistes Catalanes amb Accés Obert.

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