Examining the advantages of a distributed data collection network during peak cyclone season in the Southern Pacific Ocean.
El Niño and La Niña impact global weather, climates, ecosystems, and even our economy. Here’s how.
Ocean buoy wind and wave data, as well as tidal predictions, can help harbormasters manage the influx of port traffic.
Learn the difference between these types of ocean currents, why they’re important, and how to track them.
Aqualink is using buoy data to learn how rising ocean water temperatures are contributing to the decline of coral reefs.
Ocean climate change impacts more than just marine wildlife: it threatens our food supply, coastal populations, disaster preparedness, and more.
Buoys help monitor the health of aquaculture farms with multiple sensors for water column stratification, sub-surface properties, surface currents, and water quality.
The shipping industry loses tons of money and resources to biofouling each year. Here’s how to mitigate biofouling and improve vessel efficiency.
The University of Tokyo chose Sofar Spotters to conduct studies at high latitudes to better understand the nature of sea-ice interaction. The Spotter buoys were both resilient and able to provide meaningful data to the team even after spending the winter in the harsh Arctic Ocean.