Random Photos From Work: OSU Buoy Deployment

Andy Cripe, Photography, Photojournalism, Oregon State University, Pacific Storm, Ocean Observatories Initiative

OSU researchers secure gear on the deck of the research vessel Pacific Storm after launching a sensor-equipped buoy in the ocean off Newport Wednesday morning. The sensor-equipped buoy is the final link in a network of data-gathering devices deployed off the coasts of Oregon and Washington as part of the Ocean Observatories Initiative to collect information about changing ocean conditions.

OSU researchers launch a sensor-equipped buoy in the ocean off Newport Wednesday morning. The sensor-equipped buoy is the final link in a network of data-gathering devices deployed off the coasts of Oregon and Washington as part of the Ocean Observatories Initiative to collect information about changing ocean conditions.

OSU researchers launch a sensor-equipped buoy in the ocean off Newport Wednesday morning. The sensor-equipped buoy is the final link in a network of data-gathering devices deployed off the coasts of Oregon and Washington as part of the Ocean Observatories Initiative to collect information about changing ocean conditions.

OSU researchers launch a sensor-equipped buoy in the ocean off Newport Wednesday morning. The sensor-equipped buoy is the final link in a network of data-gathering devices deployed off the coasts of Oregon and Washington as part of the Ocean Observatories Initiative to collect information about changing ocean conditions.

OSU researchers launch a sensor-equipped buoy in the ocean off Newport Wednesday morning. The sensor-equipped buoy is the final link in a network of data-gathering devices deployed off the coasts of Oregon and Washington as part of the Ocean Observatories Initiative to collect information about changing ocean conditions.

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