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A short-term in situ CO2 enrichment experiment on Heron Island (GBR)
Ocean acidification poses multiple challenges for coral reefs on molecular to ecological scales, yet previous experimental studies of the impact of projected CO2 concentrations have mostly been doneExpand
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Standards-Based Plug & Work for Instruments in Ocean Observing Systems
Ocean observing systems may include a wide variety of sensor and instrument types, each with its own capabilities, communication protocols, and data formats. Connecting disparate devices into aExpand
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MBARI Technology for Self-Configuring Interoperable Ocean Observatories
The ocean science and engineering communities have identified some key requirements for large-scale ocean observatories at a recent ORION-sponsored workshop, and these requirements are being refinedExpand
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MBARI's buoy based seafloor observatory design
There has been considerable discussion and planning in the oceanographic community toward the installation of long-term seafloor sites for scientific observation in the deep ocean. The Monterey BayExpand
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Open source instrumentation nodes for the greater oceanographic community
The Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) has a long history of developing state of the art underwater instruments to support its scientific research. Often these devices are one of aExpand
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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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Satellite Link Management for an Ocean Observing Network
The Monterey ocean observing system (MOOS) moored observatory hosts tens of instruments on multiple networked nodes distributed over the sea surface, water column, and seafloor. Commands and data areExpand
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Calcium homeostasis influences epidermal sweating in patients with vitiligo
Patients with vitiligo have a decreased sweating response in both their lesional and non‐lesional skin (n=17) compared with healthy age‐and sex‐matched controls (n=22) after stimulation with theExpand
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Instrument interface standards for interoperable ocean sensor networks
The utility and cost-effectiveness of instrument networks are enhanced by instrument interoperability. Today's oceanographic instruments are characterized by very diverse non-standard softwareExpand
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An ocean observatory sensor network application
We describe our implementation of a novel deep ocean sensor network, the MBARI Free Ocean CO2 Enrichment (FOCE). FOCE is a system designed for installation in the deep ocean to enable manipulativeExpand
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