FORTH for NOAA/MLML Instruments

Reaves, Richard, E. and Broenkow, William W. (1993) FORTH for NOAA/MLML Instruments. Moss Landing, CA, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, (Moss Landing Marine Laboratories Technical Publication, 93-2)

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Abstract

This report describes FORTH software written for several instruments used in the NASA-sponsored project to design and build Marine Optical Buoy System (MOBS) and in the NOAA-sponsored project "EOS MODIS Execution: Oceanographic Profiling, Data Acquisition and Management for the Marine Optical Buoy System·'. In the NOAA project MLML and NOAA personnel will participate in quarterly cruises at the MOBS Hawaiian site to validate performance of SeaWiFS and will participate in several extended "process" cruises to provide wide geographic surface truthing investigations similar to those lead by Dennis Clark (NOAA) following the "launch of CZCS in 1979. In the NASA project we are designing and building MOBS, a high resolution spectroradiometer that will operate autonomously in a buoy moored west of Lanai in the Hawaiian Islands. That instrument, the "Marine Optical System" (MOS), will transmit by cellular phone in near real time observations of upwelled radiance and downwelled irradiance from three depths. [PDF contains 90 pages]

Item Type: Monograph or Serial Issue
Title: FORTH for NOAA/MLML Instruments
Personal Creator/Author:
CreatorsEmail
Reaves, Richard, E.
Broenkow, William W.
Series Name: Moss Landing Marine Laboratories Technical Publication
Number: 93-2
Date: 1993
Publisher: Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
Place of Publication: Moss Landing, CA
Issuing Agency: Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
Subjects: Oceanography
Engineering
Item ID: 3055
Depositing User: Joan Parker
Date Deposited: 05 Apr 2010 21:23
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2011 17:59
URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/3055

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