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The New Seafloor Observatory (OBSEA) for Remote and Long-Term Coastal Ecosystem Monitoring
A suitable sampling technology to identify species and to estimate population dynamics based on individual counts at different temporal levels in relation to habitat variations is increasingly important for fishery management and biodiversity studies. Expand
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Use of Low-Cost Acquisition Systems with an Embedded Linux Device for Volcanic Monitoring
This paper describes the development of a low-cost multiparameter acquisition system for volcanic monitoring that is applicable to gravimetry and geodesy, as well as to the visual monitoring of volcanic activity. Expand
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Precision timing in ocean sensor systems
This paper discusses the use of the IEEE 1588 standard in ocean observatories. Expand
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Piezoelectric energy harvesting from induced vortex in water flow
On this paper an evaluation of an energy harvesting system is presented. The system scavenges energy from a water flow using induced vortexes and piezoelectric materials. Cylinders of different sizeExpand
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OGC® Ocean Science Interoperability Experiment : Phase II Report
This OGC Engineering Report documents the work performed by the participants of the Ocean Science Interoperability Experiment Phase II.
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Interoperable data management and instrument control experiences at OBSEA
In this article we describe our experiences with interoperable data management and instrument control standards in the Western Mediterranean Cabled Observatory, OBSEA (www.obsea.es) (Figure 1). TheExpand
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Smart sensors for interoperable Smart Ocean Environment
Smart Ocean Environments are currently considered a key factor to connect the physical world with the information world. A Smart Ocean Environment can be defined as the combination of a physicalExpand
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Ocean Bottom Seismometer: Design and Test of a Measurement System for Marine Seismology
This paper presents a new Ocean Bottom Seismometer designed to be used in long duration seismic surveys. Expand
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A Sensor Web Architecture for Integrating Smart Oceanographic Sensors Into the Semantic Sensor Web
This paper describes a geospatial “sensor web” architecture developed by the “NeXOS” project for ocean and coastal data management, based on the concepts of spatial data infrastructure and the Sensor Web Enablement framework. Expand
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NeXOS smart electronic interface for sensor interoperability
This paper introduces the Smart Electronic Interface for Web Enabled Ocean Sensor Systems of the NeXOS project as example how interoperable standards help, to facilitate the creation of anExpand
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