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New Buoys Coming to the East Coast of Florida in 2024

Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association (SECOORA) is excited to announce Dr. Lynn Leonard (University of North Carolina Wilmington) and her team were selected as the recipients for the Filling Regional Observation Gaps on the Florida East Coast Request for Proposals for their proposal Filling the Gap: SECOORA Members Partnering to Affordably Increase Observations and Build Capacity Along the FL East Coast.

As part of the collaborative effort, Dr. Leonard and her team of Co-Investigators (Florida Atlantic University Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, NOAA National Weather Service, FACT Network, and Second Creek Consulting) will deploy new real-time buoys in 2024 on the east coast of Florida, including a meteorological buoy and Sofar wave buoy.

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