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NOAA Weather Buoy Marine Science Photos
NOAA Weather Buoy Marine Science
NOAA maintains a network of weather buoys off both coasts of the United States. Each buoy is a self contained weather station which is anchored often many miles offshore. They collect and transmit comprehensive weather and ocean data including air and water temp wind speed and direction wave height and current direction.
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FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel Images
FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel
FLIP - Floating Instrument Platform. At 355 feet in length FLIP is a unique research platform designed to drift offshore in coastal waters. FLIP is towed floating horizontally to a research site. Then ballast tanks in the stern are flooded. As the stern sinks the bow flips to its vertical orientation. It can be left to drift with the wind and currents for long periods of time. FLIP is owned by the office of Naval Research and operated by Scripps Institute of Oceanography.
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Stock photography of FLIP Ship
FLIP Ship
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FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel Pictures
FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel
FLIP - Floating Instrument Platform. At 355 feet in length FLIP is a unique research platform designed to drift offshore in coastal waters. FLIP is towed floating horizontally to a research site. Then ballast tanks in the stern are flooded. As the stern sinks the bow flips to its vertical orientation. It can be left to drift with the wind and currents for long periods of time. FLIP is owned by the office of Naval Research and operated by Scripps Institute of Oceanography.
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Stock photos of FLIP Ship
FLIP Ship
FLIP - Floating Instrument Platform. At 355 feet in length FLIP is a unique research platform designed to drift offshore in coastal waters. FLIP is towed floating horizontally to a research site. Then ballast tanks in the stern are flooded. As the stern sinks the bow flips to its vertical orientation. It can be left to drift with the wind and currents for long periods of time. FLIP is owned by the office of Naval Research and operated by Scripps Institute of Oceanography.
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Pictures of FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel
FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel
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Stock images of FLIP Ship
FLIP Ship
FLIP - Floating Instrument Platform. At 355 feet in length the FLIP ship is a unique research platform designed to drift offshore in coastal waters. FLIP is towed floating horizontally to a research site. Then ballast tanks in the stern are flooded. As the stern sinks the bow flips to its vertical orientation. It can be left to drift with the wind and currents for long periods of time. FLIP is owned by the office of Naval Research and operated by Scripps Institute of Oceanography.
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FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel Stock Photography
FLIP Marine Science & Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel
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| FLIP Marine Science Acoustic Ocean Research Vessel | NOAA Wave Buoy | NOAA Weather Buoy |

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